Feb 2, 2016 ((DES MOINES, IOWA) Overnight the count was done in Iowa. The democrat party declared Hillary Clinton the winner with a razor thin margin of 0.2 percent of the vote.
In the end Clinton will carry 22 delegates from Iowa while Bernie Sanders will take 21. This is as thin of a victory edge as possible. Though Sanders came from behind to make a primary that was not supposed to be competitive, rather competitive. He was not supposed to do this, according to the pundits.
We are now in for a very competitive season and the next primary in New Hampshire, will be critical for both campaigns.