After much chaos and delay are the first results of the support in Iowa now started ticking in.
With almost two-thirds of the votes counted by the so-called caucus in Iowa leads candidate Pete Buttigieg. The Caucus is the equivalent in English to vælgermøder.
the Voters have had to point to who they would prefer as The Democratic Party's presidential candidate. The person who ultimately gets nominated, must challenge the current president, Donald Trump, at the election in november.
Bernie Sanders has by 62 percent of the vote counted the second largest support, while Elizabeth Warren gets tredjeflest in the state of Iowa.
Sanders is so far to get 25 percent of the vote, while Warren will have to make do with the 18. The former vice-president, Joe Biden has until now scraped 16 percent of the votes together.
however None of them are on the level with the 38-year-old Pete Buttigieg from Indiana, who has been voted by 27 percent.
It was otherwise expected that the election results should be ready a few hours after the polling stations closed the night of Tuesday.
But they come first now, well a day after.
Democrats in Iowa, explains the delay with the fact that there have been problems with an app that has been used in connection with the support.
Read more about the late vælgermøde here:
Policy - 4. feb. 2020 - pm. 14:44 Valgkaos total: - It is ulandslignende modes