Hillary Clinton wins the Iowa Democratic caucus by 0.2 percent over Bernie Sanders.
Out of 1,683 precincts reporting, Clinton had 49.8 compared to Sanders at 49.6 percent. It was neck and neck between each other for most of the night. Although Sanders may have won the missing precinct that held back the results, Clinton got the relief on winning it.
“After thorough reporting — and analysis — of results, there is no uncertainty, and Secretary Clinton has clearly won the most national and state delegates,” Paul wrote in a statement according to UPI. “Statistically, there is no outstanding information that could change the results and no way that Sen. Sanders can overcome Secretary Clinton’s advantage.”
Sanders believe this campaign was more successful than the last one. He continues to make strides in issues impacting the United States. People thought he would have no chance against Clinton, but he proved them wrong. Sanders speaks the true and knows even at 74 years old, he has a chance.
“When we started this campaign, almost everyone wrote us off. We were down 41 percent in the polls… and those were some of the good ones. They said our ideas were radical and that we could never compete with the big-money fundraising of Hillary Clinton and her super PACs,” Sanders wrote in a statement. “Well, you showed them tonight.”
Sanders impact on the debate despite falling short, definitely gets noticed when Clinton starts to get worried of possibly being out of the race against the republicans.