HomeTrending TopicsFormer Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore gets 0.0% of the Iowa Caucus vote
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Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore gets 0.0% of the Iowa Caucus vote

Richmond, Va â ???? Things are not going so well for former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore to the Iowa Caucasus said.

According to the results Politico and USA Today, the GOP candidate has a total of 12 votes among those who attended the koukusse. This equates to about 0.01 percent of the results.

In comparison, the number of people selected ???? otherâ ???? . If their choice was 119, or 0.1 percent

Several political reporters talked about the results:

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Republican Ted Cruz bested Donald Trump, raising questions about the billionaireâ ???? dependence on his celebrity in place of the traditional political organization.

and Marco Rubioâ ???? s stronger than expected showing could see him as the establishmentâ ???? best hope at a grassroots uprising following weeka ???? s New Hampshire primary and beyond.

cruza ???? victory Narratives come as a formidable force in delegate-rich southern states and provides movement conservatives hope that one of their own Republican candidate can be for the first time since Ronald Reagan.

How a victory, Cruz fired instant shots on both Trump and the party elite he so outraged by running an anti-establishment crusade to Gopa has endeared him yet ???? rank and file.

???? Iowa has sent notice that the Republican nominee and the next president of the United States will not be selected by the media, will not be selected by the Washington establishment, â ???? Cruz said.

Trump, hours after forecasting a a ???? tremendousâ ???? victory, has a short but gracious speech that his normal bombast has a deficit, he says Iowa loved and promises to bounce back next week in New Hampshire.

???? We will continue to get the Republican nomination and we will continue to easily beat Hillary or Bernie, â ???? Trump has fans. â ???? We have finished second, and I must say that I only honored.â ????

Rubio satisfied with his view

Rubio will leave Iowa with one leg over another institution opponents, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, which is a lot at stake in New Hampshire.

???? this is the time that they said would never happen. For months, they have we have no chance, â ???? said a jubilant Rubio.

???? She told me that I needed to wait my turn, I needed to wait in line. But tonight here in Iowa, the people of this great state has a very clear message sent ???? After seven years of Barack Obama, we are no longer waiting to take our country back.â ????

Clinton, talking Sanders

Clinton said that they are breathing a a ???? big sigh of reliefâ ???? after the koukusse â ???? despite the extremely tight race.

???? Ita ???? s rare that we now have the opportunity us to do ???? to have a real battle of ideas, to really think hard about which is the Democratic Party and what we want seems to be the future of our country, â ???? Clinton said in a speech.

Sanders told a raucous crowd chanting â ???? Bernie, Bernieâ ???? that his campaign have made good progress in a short period of time.

???? Nine months ago, we have to this beautiful state, we have no political organization, we have no money, we have no name recognition, and we were working on the most powerful political organization in the United States of America. ??? ?

???? and tonight, â ???? he said, â ???? while the results are not yet known, it seems like we are in a virtual tie.â ????

Although Sanders has good risk in Iowa and is beautiful posited in New Hampshire, his obstacle is to prove he can rely on more ethnically diverse voters in subsequent matches in places like South Carolina.

Casualty in both parties

The koukusse led to two victims â ???? on each side.

The former Maryland Gov. Martin Oa ???? Malley, a democratic and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a Republican, both their candidacy fell to sail weak.

The CNN Wire contributed to this report

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