Americans are understandably bruised by election tampering. But mistrusting the process itself does not make our democracy any stronger.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign indicated Tuesday they will request a full recount of some Iowa precincts after recanvassing results show former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's lead has diminished.
The Iowa caucuses on February 3 ended in a chaotic mess. After days of delays, the results that were eventually presented were still riddled with errors.
Joe Biden has the slim chance to achieve what no other presidential candidate has done before, but to make it happen, he needs some luck—and a state—to go his way.
Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard believes Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez should resign after the muddled results from the Iowa caucuses. "Unfortunately, [Perez] has had a failure of leadership," Gabbard told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday.
President Donald Trump told a New Hampshire rally crowd Monday that Democrats were trying to take the nomination away from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. "They're doing it to you again, Bernie!" Trump said, noting that "nobody" knew who had actually won the Iowa caucus.
Iowa Democratic Party chairman Troy Price was blasted on Twitter when a sign fell from his podium as he explained why the party would not change mathematical errors in caucus results during a Monday press conference.
"Please prove us wrong," read the final tweet in the thread from OSET.
The president shared a news story that stated the outlet could not declare a winner in Iowa because of "inconsistencies" in vote tabulations due to technical glitches.
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii did not have promising results in the Iowa caucuses Monday evening.
Multiple news outlets reported over the past several days inconsistencies in the calculations scribbled on Iowa caucus worksheets.
Just 38 percent of respondents said they were more likely to back Pete Buttigieg for the party's nomination.
Although there is no evidence suggesting that the Iowa caucuses were hacked, the app used to report results was vulnerable to hacks that could have altered vote totals and changed passwords.
Biden campaign Senior Adviser Symone Sanders and CNN host Brianna Keilar had an intense exchange over the "integrity" of the partial Iowa caucus results Wednesday.
Buckle your political seat belt. The Democratic race could become incredibly turbulent.
"The people who expected to come out of Iowa on a speeding freight train are still waiting for the train to leave the station," veteran Democratic strategist tells Newsweek.
It's time to turn back to the Democratic base—women of color—for solutions that will ensure this never happens again.
Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg claimed early victory in the Iowa caucus for a second time, after early results showed him in the lead with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"Pete had the ability to actually campaign for the last few weeks while Bernie was stuck in DC because of Nancy's nonsense," the president's eldest son said.
"It's bipartisan," Joni Ernst said. "Iowa launched Barack Obama a number of years ago."
"These are the people who tell voters they are smart enough to nationalize health care, eliminate the oil and gas industry, and magically get rid of income inequality—yet they can't even count their own votes in Iowa," said a Trump campaign worker.
Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg both released incomplete and unofficial results suggesting they won in the state.
Many Twitter users compared the Iowa Caucuses to the doomed Fyre Festival, while the party still has not released results.
"The app is supposed to make it more secure, have fewer errors and make communication happen faster. None of that occurred last night," Michael Turner, an election security expert, told Newsweek.
"I'm just waiting on hold and doing my best to report the results from my precinct," Shawn Sebastian said.
Opaque internal numbers released by the 2020 campaigns in Iowa amid the delay in the official result point to a disappointing for vice president Joe Biden if borne out.
Failure with a reporting app created delays in finalizing the results of Iowa's Democratic caucus Monday, eliciting criticism from candidates and Twitter alike.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders drew such a crowd Monday to the Grinnell district in the Iowa caucus that former Vice President Joe Biden's supporters had to be moved to accommodate them.
Iowa Republican Senator Joni Ernst said her remarks about former Vice President Joe Biden being impeached for his dealings in Ukraine if he were to be elected were "taken entirely out of context."
Here's how to keep track of what Democratic presidential candidates are leading at the first caucus in the United States election.