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Top Democrat calls for audit of Iowa caucuses as problems delay final tally

Reuters Thursday, 6 February 2020
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez on Thursday called for an audit of the Iowa caucuses after an array of problems delayed results from the party's first 2020 presidential nominating contest and created uncertainty about their accuracy.
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