This is what we have come to. A coin toss for the old gal. Amazing, six tosses in a row went to Hillary. 90 precincts are missing. You might just might want to take a look at this: Sanders worried about Microsoft’s Apps involvement in Iowa caucus with good reason. But I digress. Here we go:
Letting chance decide, even in a small way, who becomes president sounds bizarre, but it didn’t just happen eight years ago. It happened Monday night in at least a handful of Iowa precincts where Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), now locked in what Sanders called a “virtual tie” in the state, fought to a deadlock. And, in at least six of those precincts, Clinton won spare delegates, based on reporting from the Des Moines Register and video posted to social media.
In another race, those heads-or-tails contests may not have mattered. But, early Tuesday, Clinton was ahead of Sanders in Iowa by just five “state delegate equivalents,” by that state’s particular jargon. Given that slim margin and the unknown intentions of Martin O’Malley’s eight state delegate equivalents now that the former Maryland governor has suspended his presidential campaign, those coin flips are looking mighty significant.
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