Cruz beats Trump in Iowa; followers with a strong third



Finally a Ted Cruz efforts campaign efforts in Iowa is crowned with victory over Trump, his supporters delivered a tough battle to win the businessman Donald Trump in the Iowa Republican caucuses on Monday night, proving the media hype of the New yorker all wrong .

With 99 percent of the precincts reporting, Cruz was lead Trump by more than 5,100 votes, with fellow senator Marco Rubio of Florida a close third. Cruz took advantage of the deep support from religious and social conservatives and showed that old-fashioned politicking style could overcome Trump’s massive political rallies in the Hawkeye state.

On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton was narrowly leading with 50 percent to 49 percent lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) late in the vote tallying.

Live results: Track the Democratic caucus vote

Live results: Track the Republican caucus vote

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Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley had a low support and was expected to suspend his campaign Monday night, reports coming from person close to his campaign.

The caucus sites was filled with voters representing the 99 counties around the state. The final lobbying officially began at 7 p.m. Central time, then voting followed. Political operatives predicted a massive turnout and there were reports that some sites were packed out that officials struggled to close the doors. Despite a high snowstorm that was hitting down on the state. Forecasters said the storm would likely hit after the caucuses were closed.

“I pray we will win,” Cruz said during a stop at a Baptist Church in Marion, Iowa.

Calling for support from a higher power in his tough battle for the GOP nomination against Trump is the only available choice he has, the brash New Yorker who has led the Republican polls since shortly after declaring his candidacy last summer. Holding firmly to the famous American slogan “In God we Trust”.