Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders continue to lead the Iowa caucuses in the race to win the White House Democratic Party’s candidacy.
With 71 percent of the votes counted, Buttigieg maintains a narrow advantage over Sanders, with 26.8 percent of the support versus 25.2 percent.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is currently in third place, has obtained 18.4 percent of the vote, which puts her ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden, who has 15.4 percent of The props. Meanwhile, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar has achieved 12.6 percent.
The publication of the results has been delayed due to a problem in the transmission of caucus data, as indicated by the training, which detected Monday “inconsistencies” in the data and explained that these failures occurred during the Checks of the figures that were arriving from the more than 1,600 assemblies organized on Monday.
The president of the Iowa Democratic Party, Troy Price, has apologized for the incident shortly before the first results were announced and has assured that the data is now “accurate,” as reported by the CNN television network.
“The incidents surrounding the results of the caucus in Iowa of the Democratic Parido are unacceptable. As president of the formation I apologize for it,” he said. Hours before the assemblies will begin, the authorities at the local level transferred their concern about the difficulties perceived by many when using a new mobile application to transmit their results.
The training suspects that there was a problem with the coding system that is already “identified and fixed.”