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Politics Buttigieg Pulls Ahead in Iowa’s National Delegate Count, AP Says

20:51  07 february  2020
20:51  07 february  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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Pete Buttigieg has pulled ahead of Bernie Sanders in delegates to the Democratic National Convention after the Associated Press updated its tally Friday.

Campaign signs for Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders stand in the snow in Manchester, New Hampshire, on February 7, 2020.© Brian Snyder Campaign signs for Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders stand in the snow in Manchester, New Hampshire, on February 7, 2020.

Buttigieg now has 13 delegates to Sanders’ 12. Other candidates receiving delegates: Elizabeth Warren, 8; Joe Biden, 6, and Amy Klobuchar, 1.

Buttigieg and Sanders had been tied at 11 delegates each in the AP count.

Related: 2020 Democratic Delegate Tracker

The AP has yet to allocate one delegate because of irregularities in the caucus counting. The Iowa Democratic Party said Friday it was extending the deadline for campaigns to contest the results until 12 noon Central Time on Monday.

Iowa’s 41 pledged national delegates represent about 1% of the delegates eligible to vote for president on the first ballot.

Under Democratic National Committee rules, any candidate with at least one delegate is eligible for all five remaining presidential primary debates.

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Sanders leads polls ahead of New Hampshire primary, while Buttigieg climbs and Biden nosedives .
Pete Buttigieg has come under fire from both Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Biden as he has climbs in the polls.The polls show Buttigieg has growing support from New Hampshire voters while former Vice President Joe Biden has tumbled in recent Granite State polls.

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