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Iowa Democratic Party: 'Majority of results' will be released at 5 p.m. ET
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Iowa Democratic Party: 'Majority of results' will be released at 5 p.m. ET

Most Democratic candidates have moved on to campaign stops in New Hampshire

The "majority of results" from Monday night's Iowa caucuses will be released at 5 p.m. ET Tuesday, nearly 20 hours after final vote tallies and delegate awards were expected to be published.

Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price made the announcement in a conference call with the Democratic presidential campaigns Tuesday afternoon, CNN reported.

The exact percentage of votes that will be released is reportedly still being worked out, but Price confirmed on the call that "more than 50% of all results" are set to be released.

The announcement comes just hours after Price released a statement blaming Monday night's debacle on a "coding issue" with the app designed to collect voting data. He claimed that while the app was "recording data accurately, it was reporting out only partial data."

While the results will still likely be closely watched and widely reported on, it remains to be seen what effect the delay will have on the media narrative coming out of Iowa.

Most of the Democratic candidates have made initial statements regarding their performance in the caucuses and have since moved on to campaign stops in the next battleground state: New Hampshire.

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