The Iowa Democratic Party began announcing the partial results of Monday's caucuses on Tuesday afternoon, and had 97% percent reported by late Wednesday night and 100% percent posted by 8:20 p.m. Thursday.
No delegate numbers had been posted at that time.
Thursday afternoon, The Associated Press announced it was unable to declare a winner as the reported results were too close to call.
RESULTS: Get the latest Iowa Caucus tallies
Results from 100% of precincts posted on the IDP site Thursday night showed Mayor Pete Buttigieg with a slight lead over Bernie Sanders. No delegate information was yet available.
Here's how the State Delegate Equivalents, or SDEs, are broken down.:
- 564.012 for Mayor Pete Buttigieg
- 562.497 for Sen. Bernie Sanders
- 387.069 for Sen. Elizabeth Warren
- 341.172 for Former Vice President Joe Biden
- 264.204 for Sen. Amy Klobuchar
- 22.223 for Andrew Yang
Steyer was showing 6.739; Bloomberg has 0.21; Gabbard has 0.114; Bennett, Delaney, and Patrick are still showing zeros. With 0.693 marked as "other," 3.957 are indicated as "uncommitted."
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