DemDaily: Updated Presidential Primary & Caucus Calendar

One down, Seventy-Seven to go!

Monday's Iowa Caucuses kicked off the 2016 Presidential nominating process with historic fanfare, an
appropriate climax to the months-long media circus and cast of players leading up to it.

Clinton's 49.9 % to 49.6% razor-thin victory over Saunders, is the closest in Iowa Democratic caucus history.

On the Republican side, Cruz' 27.6% victory trumped the Donald's 24.3% and a rising Rubio at 23.1%, followed by the others at under 10%.

As intended, the process narrows the field, and the first victims to fall were Democrat Martin O'Malley and Republicans Rand Paul and Rick Santorum, all whom have "suspended" their campaigns in the last 24 hours.

Next Up: New Hampshire February 9th! For our readers' convenience, the most updated:

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All states cross-referenced w/10 public sources & the FEC. *Dates varied per site. If you are an election or party official and have new updates, please Contact Us.

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