Ted Cruz won the Iowa Republican caucus Monday night, with 27.6 percent of the votes. Donald Trump came in second with 24.3 percent, and Marco Rubio was just behind Trump with a close third at 23.1 percent. Ben Carson (9.3 percent) and Rand Paul (4.5 percent) finished the top five.
But for a while Tuesday morning, the Democratic caucus votes in Iowa were too close to call a winner. Hillary Clinton got 49.9 percent of the votes, while her opponent Bernie Sanders got 49.6 percent. Martin O'Malley got just 0.6 percent of the Democratic votes. The Iowa Democratic Party said it would not recount the votes, so Clinton was declared the winner. The state party said it was the closest vote in its history.
Almost all of the candidates planned to go to New Hampshire today. That state has the next big contest of the 2016 presidential election season. The New Hampshire primary is February 9.
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