The results were delayed after technology issues Monday night.

The big picture: IDP Chairman Troy Price apologized for the reporting failures, calling the delay “unacceptable” and assuring that there will be a thorough, independent review. He explained that the party was seeking to release more data than ever before during this year’s caucuses, and that a coding error with a new reporting app caused much of the dysfunction.
Between the lines: The Iowa caucuses do not end in a winner-take-all situation for the 41 delegates up for grabs. Candidates will carry their delegate totals into New Hampshire, and will likely market them as victories for their respective campaigns.
Go deeper:States trying to avoid repeating Iowa’s caucus nightmare