DES MOINES — The Iowa Democratic Party is reviewing roughly 5% of the precincts in Monday’s Iowa Democratic presidential caucuses after issuing a deadline for campaigns to offer data demonstrating inconsistencies with the party’s results.

In a statement Saturday, state party officials in their effort to clean up after Monday’s reporting breakdown said they were reviewing campaign data from 95 of the 1,765 precinct caucuses and would issue any corrections to the final results by Monday.

The party asked the campaigns to submit evidence of inconsistencies in the final results of Monday’s caucuses, which ended in a near-tie of former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Buttigieg leads Sanders by two state delegate equivalents out of 2,152 counted. That is a margin of 0.09 percentage points. The AP believes those may not be fully accurate.

The party, which runs the contest, has given the campaigns until Monday to request a review of all the results.

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