Iowa Caucus Map Released by Google

Google has released an interactive map tracking the results of yesterday's Iowa Caucus. The map provides interesting information about the results for each county within Iowa. The map highlights the results for each candidate that participated in the highly publicized vote that kicks off the run-up to Republican Presidential nomination.

According to the results, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum gained the highest percentage of votes at 25% each. The two candidates were only separated by 8 votes (Romney was the winner). Ron Paul also had a good showing gaining 21% of the vote, however he gained zero delegate votes.

Click Here to see the map provided by Google.

Also, if you are a bit unfamiliar with the process of a caucus take a look at this Huffington Post article that describes how the caucus works.

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