There was a moment in the recent Iowa caucuses – the first contest in this year’s US presidential election – when two candidates simultaneously appeared on stage claiming “victory”.
This is not uncommon. Candidates often slant a second-place finish as a win. This time, however, they were both right. One was ahead on the popular vote, while the other amassed more delegates.
This confusing outcome was the result of the Democratic...
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