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Iowa results coming in: Obama ahead – lead growing!

If you didn’t get the news elsewhere:

Obama won for the Democrats.
Huckabee won for the Republicans.

Click here for current Democratic results

Click here for Republican results

As of Thursday at 9:25 pm EST the Dem site above reports:

Senator Barack Obama : 35.21%
Senator John Edwards : 31.08%
Senator Hillary Clinton : 30.82%
Governor Bill Richardson : 1.79%
Senator Joe Biden : 0.97%
Uncommitted : 0.11%
Senator Chris Dodd : 0.03%
Precincts Reporting: 1286 of 1781 (Percentages are State Delegate Equivalents.)

Republicans – I can’t get on their web-site above, but as of about 9:15 EST, CNN projects the winner is Huckabee, with 31% (and 40% of precincts reporting._


There is an open thread to discuss the Iowa Caucus over at Third Party Watch. A commenter on Third Party Watch notes:

  1. Austin Cassidy Says:
    January 3rd, 2008 at 9:48 pm [not sure what time zone] Jason, those Politico numbers are all goofed up.CNN is showing….Huckabee – 33%
    Romney – 24%
    Thompson – 17%
    McCain – 11%No numbers for the rest. I saw a few counties that had big Paul results… into the teens in a couple places. But others where he was below 5%. It’s still waaaaay too early.

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