Despite the fact that The Associated Press declared Hillary Clinton the victor in Monday’s Iowa caucuses by a razor thin margin, Bernie Sanders was still unwilling to concede Tuesday afternoon. Sanders also would not rule out the idea of contesting the election results. The Vermont senator, who has introduced legislation to make election day a federal holiday in order to expand voter participation, also began to question whether some of the tactics reportedly used during the caucuses were 'democratic.' 'We want to look at some of the numbers,' he told reporters in New Hampshire. 'As I understand it, there were some precincts where actually delegates were won with a flip of a coin actually. ... Not the best way to do democracy.'
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