Most close at 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. ET, depending on the location. The Associated Press could project a winner soon after 8 p.m., or it could take longer if the race is close.
The Wall Street Journal has three things to watch:
- Voting process. Any signs of problems at the polls, or issues tabulating results, and the Democrats will suffer another black eye. Party officials are promising no Iowa-like surprises.
- Sorting out the field. Another strong showing from Buttigieg and Sanders could pay off in fundraising and momentum ahead of the Nevada and South Carolina races later this month, and Super Tuesday at the start of March.
- Showing strength. Klobuchar has shown momentum in recent weeks, and she would celebrate a third-place finish. But Warren and Biden, who came into the 2020 race with much greater name recognition, will want to elbow her out.
The New York Times is tracking results with their “live needle.”
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