The Iowa caucuses take place every alternate year, which are the electoral events for the members of both Democratic and Republican parties in the state of Iowa. The 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses are the first nominating contest in the Democratic Party primaries for the 2020 US elections. However, the critical caucuses ended up with considerable flaws in the reporting system. The app that was intended to relay Caucus results to the Party failed, and the Party's backup telephonic reporting system also failed. State party blames coding issues for delays. The first nominating contest suffered an embarrassing stumble Monday night when technical problems forced the Iowa Democratic Party to delay the announcement of the results of the Iowa caucuses. A day after the caucuses, no winner has yet been announced, and none of the results have been released.
With nothing much to do, the major candidates took the stages at their parties starting around 11 p.m. ET and began moving on to New Hampshire, which holds the nation's first primary next week. Several candidates declared themselves as the winner. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders spoke of winning in Iowa's caucuses, citing internal campaign data that placed him ahead of Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. In spite of all the ruckus, Joe Biden still seems to be a clear winner as he was able to get new endorsements from crucial Democrats in South Carolina. He received support from former South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges and his wife, Rachel, former Arkansas Senator David Pryor, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, mayors of the two cities in Super Tuesday states and Caroline Kennedy, President John F. Kennedy's daughter. "It's Joe's time to lead. The nation needs him, and our Party needs him, especially in South Carolina," Jim Hodges said in a statement after his endorsement. He continued - "The ripple effects of nominating the wrong person at the top of the ticket will be felt everywhere but even more in the South."
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