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Iowa Results Waylaid By "Technical Difficulties," Democrats Say

Iowa Results Waylaid By "Technical Difficulties," Democrats Say

Update: 2020-02-046
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As problems with a mobile app through which vote tallies were transmitted electronically caused a delay in the reporting of Iowa caucus results on Monday night, Democratic candidates seized the moment to fire up their supporters.

Several Democratic contenders delivered what sounded like victory speeches, even though state officials have not yet released vote totals.

It is unclear when officials plan on announcing the results.

This episode: White House Correspondent Tamara Keith, election security and voting reporter Miles Parks, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, and National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson.

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Iowa Results Waylaid By "Technical Difficulties," Democrats Say

Iowa Results Waylaid By "Technical Difficulties," Democrats Say

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