Late Monday night, Bernie Sanders thanked voters for propelling him to a virtual tie with Hillary Clinton in the Iowa caucuses.
At that time, Sanders needed less than 0.3% to topple Hillary Clinton and take Iowa. Nonetheless, he will leave the state with about half of its delegates.
A virtual tie it may have been in the Democratic caucuses, but Sanders and his supporters have a lot to celebrate tonight. They've come a long way.
* The author of this post is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund an entire series of animated rap videos about Bernie Sanders and the 2016 election.
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