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Weather coming up in just a moment the Iowa Democratic Party says it's reviewing roughly five percent of the precincts involved in Monday's Iowa democratic presidential caucus after issuing a deadline for campaigns to offer the data demonstrating inconsistencies with the parties results in a statement this morning state party officials in their effort to clean up after Monday's break down said they were reviewing campaign data from ninety five out of the roughly seventeen hundred precinct caucuses and set to issue any corrections in those results by