Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton went head to head in Iowa during the state’s caucus, but the results of who came out on top are just too close to call. They were almost tied at the end of the evening. Both candidates held rallies in the state to try to get as much support as possible before the caucus.
Sanders held his rally in Iowa City, where almost 4,000 people attended, showing support for the man of the hour and the only candidate who is a democratic socialist. There were several hundred people who had to be turned away because there were too many in the building. After Sanders gave his speech, the people in attendance applauded and cheered very loudly.
Clinton’s rally wasn’t as large, with only about 200 people who turned up to show support. It’s possible that she was disappointed, but it’s also possible that she didn’t want a large crowd to begin with. Camera crews did try to hide the fact that there weren’t as many people at her rally.
While Sanders won with the number of people at his rally, the caucus numbers show a different result. Both politicians are waiting to see who has been declared the winner in Iowa, and until then, others can examine some of the picture from both rallies.
Here’s the photo Hillary posted of her rally:
Here’s what it actually looked like:
And here’s a photo of Bernie Sanders’ rally: