Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are having a dominant position in Iowa’s caucuses.
Partial results from the first vote in the race to pick a Democratic White House Candidate.
According to Iowa’s Democratic Party, data from 62% of areas demonstrate that Sanders is on 25.1% whereas Pete Buttigieg is on 26.9%.
However, Elizabeth Warren is heading with the third position on 18.3%, followed by Joe Biden on 15.6%.
President Donald Trump will be challenged with the eventual nominee in November’s general elections.
Other preliminary results declared yesterday mentioned that Amy Klobuchar held on 12.6% whereas Andrew Yang was at 1.1%.
However, the party has not revealed the name of the winner from Monday’s vote.
The findings represent the share of delegates required to clinch the party nomination under America’s political system. Iowa selects 41 of the 1991 delegates to become the nominee at the Democratic White House.
According to partial results, Sanders got 28,220 ballots whereas Buttigieg got 27,030 ballots. Warren got 22,254 ballots, Joe Biden got 14,176 and Klobuchar got 13,357 ballots.
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