Democratic presidential candidates campaign across New Hampshire as they scramble to put the Iowa fiasco behind them even though there are STILL no results from Monday's caucuses | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Democratic presidential candidates campaign across New Hampshire as they scramble to put the Iowa fiasco behind them even though there are STILL no results from Monday's caucuses

Democratic presidential candidates put their own inexact spin on the Iowa caucuses Tuesday morning as they headed to campaign events across New Hampshire – after a snafu threw one of the nation's premier political events into chaos.

The Iowa Democratic party had yet to release a count, saying it will put out results 'as soon as possible,' with the state party chair saying he had every indication 'that our systems were secure and there was not a cyber security intrusion.'

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts spoke almost as soon as she landed in New Hampshire – the next big battleground on the political calendar – declaring herself satisfied with her performance after flying direct from Des Moines.

'When I left Iowa, I said it was too close to call, and it still is, but I feel good,' she told reporters. 'It is good to be in New Hampshire.' She declared her own organization, with hundreds already deployed across the country, up to the task.

'This is an organization that is built for the long haul,' she said.

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