Democrats’ bid vs Trump off to a messy start

first_imgEarly on Tuesday, hours after votersmade their choices at 1,600 schools and other public locations, Iowa DemocraticParty Chairman Troy Price told reporters to expect results sometime on Tuesdayin the state, the first to hold a nominating contest. WASHINGTON – The Democratic Party’seffort to choose an election challenger to Republican U.S. President DonaldTrump got off to a chaotic start in Iowa, with officials blaming“inconsistencies” for an indefinite delay in the state’s caucus results. The party said it had to make “qualitychecks” after finding “inconsistencies” in the reporting of the data from thecaucus sites, sparking frustration in Democratic campaigns and criticism fromRepublicans. (Reuters)center_img Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters at his rally in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S., February 3, 2020. APlast_img

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