With 71% of precincts reporting, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders are in the lead with 10 pledged delegates each and 26.8% of the vote and 25.2% of the vote, respectively. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has four pledged delegates with 18.4% of the vote. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Amy Klobuchar have zero pledged delegates with 15.4% and 12.6% of the vote, respectively.
Official results for the Democratic Iowa caucus were delayed and have been released throughout the day Tuesday in pieces.
Despite caucusing starting at 7 p.m., the entirety of the statewide results have yet to be released. According to the Iowa Democratic party, there were inconsistencies in the voting data that caused the delay.
This was the first year the Democratic Party has utilized a paper voting system in conjunction with the caucuses.
From the caucuses TMN reporters were able to attend, Sanders, Warren, Klobuchar, Buttigieg and Joe Biden had some of the best results.
At Monroe Elementary School in Des Moines, Iowa, Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg were the only candidates to get above the 15% threshold and become viable. Sanders received 118 votes resulting in three delegates; Warren got 112 votes and also got three delegates; Buttigieg, who was not viable in the first round, ended with 66 votes and one delegate.
At North Polk West Elementary in Polk City, Iowa, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Sanders and Warren walked away with delegates. Buttigieg received 106 votes resulting in four delegates; Klobuchar got 68 votes and three delegates; Sanders and Warren each received 45 votes and two delegates.
At Drake University, also in Des Moines, Iowa, Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Biden and Sanders all received delegates. Warren got 227 votes, Buttigieg received 194, Klobuchar secured 149 votes, Biden got 138 votes and Sanders got 134.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.