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What a viral photo says about Michael Bennet’s presidential campaign in Iowa, and his chances in New Hampshire

The night of the Iowa caucuses, one photo seemed to capture Michael Bennet’s presidential bid: Jeff Harris, a 63-year-old substitute teacher, wearing a navy blue Bennet campaign T-shirt and a beanie, slouched in a folding chair, sitting all by himself. The image from a caucus in Marshalltown, captured by a Washington Post reporter and posted […]

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Why we won’t know which Democratic presidential candidate won Colorado on Super Tuesday

Colorado will vote on Super Tuesday in the Democratic presidential race — but we won’t know which candidate won the most delegates on the day of the primary. The delay is rooted in how the Colorado Democratic Party will award national delegates and in the state’s mail-ballot system. But it will generate concerns similar to […]

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The problematic mobile app that caused Iowa’s Democratic presidential caucus chaos has Denver ties

By Alezandra Jaffe and Christina A. Cassidy, The Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa — A new mobile app was supposed to help Democratic officials quickly gather information from some 1,700 caucus sites throughout Iowa. Instead, a “coding issue” within the app is being blamed for delays that left the results unknown the morning after the first-in-the nation […]