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How the Iowa Democratic Party Botched the Iowa Caucuses

Iowa Democratic Party Chair
Weeks Middle School
the Iowa Democratic Party
Huffington Post
the Democratic party
Democratic National Committee

Troy Price
This Shirt
David Yepsen
Julián Castro
Jerry Crawford
Fred Trujillo
Deepak Jonnalagedda
Zach Simonson
Cody Hankerson
Bernie Sanders
Tom Perez
Lissandra Villa


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Des Moines
Wapello County
Sioux City
New Hampshire

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The New York Times
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These were some of the sporadic but widespread problems reported throughout the state of Iowa that led to a chaotic caucus night on Monday that did not immediately yield a clear winner from the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Fred Trujillo, who caucused at the Weeks Middle School cafeteria caucus precinct location in the southside of Des Moines, said there that he felt it had been much more civil than in 2016.The problems did not arise until it came time to report results from the precincts, something that the Iowa Democratic Party insists it will still be able to do because of a solid paper trail. The outlet described Acronym as a “Democratic digital nonprofit group.” “We sincerely regret the delay in the reporting of the results of last night’s Iowa caucuses and the uncertainty it has caused to the candidates, their campaigns, and Democratic caucus-goers,” Shadow said in a statement. “It was difficult for me, and so as a 24-year-old millennial who has, like, TikTok and knows how to like — I’m not, like, technologically inept,” said Cody Hankerson, who was a caucus district chair in Sioux City and works as an organizer for the Democratic candidate in Iowa’s fourth congressional district.

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