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We are just two days from the third nominating contest of the election season and we still do not know for sure who won the first one or do we.
Correspondent Steve Brown reports on today's news about the Iowa Caucuses.
Guess what we defeated Mitt Romney in Iowa.
Today Rick Santorum declared caucus victory in Iowa's Republican Party chairman did confirm the math there's no question.
Among those precincts were able to certify.
Rick Santorum received more votes on caucus night.
But in the eye of the Iowa GOP it is a split decision because while Santorum now holds a slim 34 vote edge over Mitt Romney.
Votes from eight precincts were not counted because official paperwork was not turned in before yesterday's deadline each of our 17174.
Receive what is called a foreign.
And it is delivered to the county chairman end of the eight precincts without certification paperwork for our arena league county in south eastern Iowa.
Where the local chairman says those results -- electronically turned in on caucus night but not the forms.
They did not fill out dirty.
Good vision for a stretch where we're spread.
But the rules say no paperwork no votes and so Santorum leads -- is not declared the winner.
The Romney campaign in a news release called -- he virtual tie.
A disappointed as what some political observers call most people are cynical about politics anyway.
We may see something like this the results changing weeks after word.
With eight missing precincts.
You know a lot of people ask questions and today Romney called Santorum to offer congratulations for the Iowa vote Santorum took that as a concession -- the Romney campaign insists.
It was not so they Iowa caucus campaign has a certified leader but no winner a congratulatory phone call but no concession.
Steve Brown Fox News.
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