With All Precincts Reporting, Iowa Dems Show Clinton As Caucus Winner

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Updated at 1:11 p.m.

All precincts in Iowa have now reported results in the Iowa Democratic caucus, handing Hillary Clinton a narrow victory, according to results published by the Iowa Democratic Party.

Clinton received 49.8 percent support and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) received 49.6 percent support, according to the Iowa Democratic Party’s website.

Clinton was awarded 700.59 state delegate equivalents and Sanders was awarded 696.82 state delegate equivalents, according to a statement from the Iowa Democratic Party.

Clinton declared victory in the caucus early Tuesday morning when the party was still waiting for results from a final precinct.

Correction: The post originally reported incorrectly that Clinton received 48.9 percent support. She actually received 49.8 percent support.

Clarification: The Des Moines Register reported slightly different delegate totals. We’ve updated with the official tally from the Iowa Democratic Party.

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