by Joseph Curl
It took a solid week for Iowa to figure out who won its first-in-the-nation vote to pick the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
After the smoke cleared, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg received 14 delegates in the error-marred caucuses, Sen. Bernie Sanders took 12, Sen. Elizabeth Warren pulled in eight, former Vice President Joe Biden received six and Sen. Amy Klobuchar got one.
On Tuesday, New Hampshire will hold its primary. The candidates stack up differently in the latest polls, with Sanders holding nearly a double digit lead over Buttigieg (27-19), followed by Klobuchar at 14 and Warren and Biden tied at 12, according to the latest Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll.