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Sen. Elizabeth Warren of neighboring MA said her campaign workers will begin to fan out to other states despite the uncertainty of the Iowa results.

"Bernie said that, I'm convinced that whoever receives the nomination, we have to gather behind them, no matter who it is", said inexperienced legislator Time in an interview published the day before Iowa's first meeting, Caucuses, "And I would hope that if Bernie is the candidate, everyone would do this".

Sen. Bernie Sanders' campaign also claimed a win in Iowa, citing its own unverified numbers. And we just had an excellent night tonight in Iowa.

"This is the most euphoric I have ever been to support the candidate", Judd told the rapt crowd, after mentioning that she had been politically engaged since the '90s.

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"He is the candidate for everyone and he is the candidate that can best beat Trump, I think".

When asked whether he thought Sanders or Trump would be more successful with the United States economy, Bloomberg replied, "I have no idea".

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has received praise for her platform on immigration, after she touted her approach of "using compassion instead of cruelty" to address undocumented immigration to the US during a CNN town hall in New Hampshire. Elizabeth Warren raised almost $34 million and former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg raised about $25 million.

Former Vice President Joe Biden told reporters that he felt "great" after arriving at the airport in Manchester. Hold fewer elections from MORE in the democratic area code 2016, which has risen sharply in the last polls before the Iowa caucus on Monday.

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Caucus organizers said the app was hard to download and contained a number of glitches.

The partial results showed Sanders leading with 29.66 percent of the vote, followed by Pete Buttigieg (D) with 24.59 percent of the vote, Sen.

So it's no surprise, really, that a brewery in the small town of North Hampton, New Hampshire, had every seat filled to hear a short speech not from Warren herself, but from Ashley Judd on Warren's behalf.

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