(FOX News) - You might've heard some of the pundits refer to the razor-thin Iowa Democratic Caucus race as a coin-flip.
But - as Shannon Bream just reported on The Real Story - some caucus precincts literally had to flip a coin to determine which candidate would be declared the winner.
Iowa Caucus precinct awards delegate to Clinton based on coin ...
Watch it happen: #IowaCaucus delegate awarded to Clinton based on coin flip in tied precinct. w/ MoveOn.org's Benjamin O'KeefePosted by Ben Wikler on Monday, February 1, 2016
The AP has now called the Iowa race in favor of Hillary Clinton, as she bested Bernie Sanders by just .03% and garnered four more state delegates. Bream said that some precincts were reporting a tie between the two, so they reached out to party officials about what to do.
At least five precinct sites then flipped a coin.
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