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Democracy In Action: Hillary Wins Caucus Delegates Due to A Coin Flip

Heading into late Monday night, the Democratic Iowa caucus was still in a statistical dead heat, with no official winner declared yet. In at least two precincts, however, Hillary Clinton was able to snag two delegates due to coin flips that landed favorably.

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Iowa caucus rules state that if a vote is tied, a coin flip can be used to determine the winner. In West Davenport and in Polk County, a tiebreaker was needed after an equal number of votes were cast for Bernie Sanders and Clinton.

Pretty spectacular that a former Secretary of State with an absurd amount of name recognition isn't able to pull out a win over an independent senator from Vermont, isn't it?

UPDATE: Apparently an additional four precincts were decided via coin flip (for a total of six), with Clinton winning them all.

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