Obama and Huckabee win Iowa

Obama : 37.57%
Edwards : 29.76%
Clinton : 29.46%
Richardson : 2.11%
Biden : 0.93%
Uncommitted : 0.14%
Dodd : 0.02%
Precincts Reporting: 1780/1781
SDEs Reporting: 2498.33/2500

Percentages are State Delegate Equivalents (SDEs) – i.e., percentage of total delegates being decided this evening. Candidate numbers reported here are in State Delegate Equivalents only. These are the State Convention Delegates a Presidential candidate can expect to have at the 2008 State Convention based on the number of County Convention Delegates he or she earned in each county. Source: Iowa Democratic party.

Interesting, 57% of Obama’s support was people aged 17-29. 51% wanted “change.”

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NBC and CNN are both calling Iowa for Obama, CNN is projecting Huckabee as the winner in Iowa, Romney will place second.

GOP Results – 25% reporting
Huckabee 34%
Romney 25%
Thompson 14%
McCain 13%
Paul 10%
Giuliani 4%


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