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J. breaking news center of Tony about Iraq Democrats in Iowa tonight caucusing deciding which presidential candidate they will endorse unlike primaries where voters casting a ballot **** is is a little more complicated involving multiple rounds of voting for the very latest now we head over to ABC news based on preliminary ABC news entrance poll results we characterize the democratic race is between former VP Joe Biden your people to judge and senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders A. B. C.'s Brian Clark at the decision desk the priority for democratic caucus goers seems to be on picking a nominee that can beat president trump preliminary entrance polls show that more than two thirds of caucus goers if they had to choose would select the nominee they felt could defeat the president in November rather than one who agreed with them on the issues among those issues a key one early on is health care notably their strong support for single payer about two thirds of caucus goers say they support a government run single payer healthcare plan plans champion by senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren based on our analysis of the vote so far ABC news projects Donald Trump wins the Iowa Republican caucuses continuing coverage of the Iowa caucuses chucks Iverson ABC news and while all eyes are on Iowa tonight tonight's decision will create a more clear picture for democratic candidates running for president but it won't tell the whole picture democratic strategist tells a Paki tells WTMJ Steve Skippy I really believe it's gonna be a mass I think it's entirely possible that more people go into your more individual people go into caucus for say Bernie Sanders tonight but that he does not win the most delegates I think we're gonna have a split decision I will will send its delegates to Milwaukee this July for the Democratic National Convention the majority of the country opting to allow that marijuana for medical use the debate in Wisconsin however remains divided something democratic representative Melissa sergeant has long been pushing for a mission