Iowa- The results for the first primary of the 2016 presidential election season are in.
In the Democratic race, Hillary Clinton won, if by the smallest margin, grabbing 22 delegates while Bernie Sanders claimed 21. Sanders only tailed Clinton by 0.2 of a percent. Thus, only two candidates remain viable contenders for the Democratic ticket.
The third Democratic candidate, Martin O’Malley, dropped out of the race this morning.
Iowa has 27 delegates for the Republican Party, which were more evenly distributed. Ted Cruz won, claiming eight. Donald Trump and Marco Rubio each had seven.
Three of the other nine candidates grabbed some delegates: Ben Carson, three; Rand Paul, one; and Jeb Bush, one.