The Iowa caucus results are in and Sen. Ted Cruz is leading for the Republicans, while the Democrats have Hilary Clinton, former Secretary of State winning against Sen. Bernie Sanders by .3%.
The Iowa caucus is the first major electoral event of the nominating process for President of the United States and it has a 50% success rate of predicting the Republican candidate and a 43% success rate of predicting the Democratic candidate. Cruz tweeted, “Tonight is a victory for the grassroots, for conservatives across Iowa, and conservatives across the nation.” While according to MSNBC, Clinton said she’s, “breathing a big sigh of relief” after her very narrow win of the Iowa caucus.
After the Iowa caucus results, it appears the top three contenders for the Republican presidential nomination are: Sen. Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, and Sen. Marco Rubio. For the Democratic side Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will battle for the presidential nomination.
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