US Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders celebrated the early Iowa caucus results during a campaign rally in New Hampshire, on Tuesday.
«Last night in Iowa, we received more votes on the first and second round than any other candidate,» said Sanders.
The Democratic candidate also touched on various issues during his speech, including gun safety, women's rights and income inequality.
«We... Еще together will stand for justice, for compassion and for truth, not greed, not lying, not divisiveness.»
Executive councillor Andru Volinsky endorsed by Sanders and activist Shaun King also spoke at the rally.
Results were expected on Monday night in Iowa, the first contest in the Democratic primaries, which is often used as a bellwether to test the strength and resonance of a candidate's bid for the nomination, but were reportedly delayed due to «inconsistencies» between different sets of results.
Various reports have surfaced about technical issues with a mobile app that precinct chairs used to report results with.
Partial results indicate that Sanders and former mayor of South Bend and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg are leading the Iowa caucus.