Buttigieg Alleges ‘Irregularities’ In Nevada Caucus


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Former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg “questioned his third place finish” in the Nevada caucuses, Monday, suggesting that the official results, which put Buttigieg in third behind Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Vice President Joe Biden, were riddled with “irregularities” and, in some cases, incomplete.

Fox News reports that Buttigieg’s campaign sent a letter to the Nevada Democratic Party Sunday night, claiming that “the process of integrating four days of early voting into in-person caucuses held Saturday was ‘plagued with errors and inconsistencies,'” and suggesting that Buttigieg is owed more votes and, by extension, more delegates.



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The 'irregularity' is that his boys were not given access to the raw data and be ended up with a poor result.