The Democratic Party of Iowa has scheduled a press conference for 5 pm ET on Tuesday to begin the release of Iowa Caucus results. A “majority” of the results will be released and then the rest of the vote will be released as the results are certified.

Report on the release of the results from Reuters:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Iowa Democratic Party has told presidential campaigns it will release more than half of Monday’s delayed caucus results at 5 p.m. ET (2200 GMT) on Tuesday.

“We have always said that we have a paper trail in this process,” Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price told campaigns on a briefing call. “We’ve always had to chase down results.”

Price said that the results would be released as they are finalized.

 

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