The Iowa caucuses are headed to the cloud — but one candidate isn't too happy about it, according to MSNBC.
Microsoft will roll out new apps for each political party to help precincts vet and report their results. But Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign has built its own independent reporting system — one its people said they are "more sure" they can trust.
"It's just a way that our folks can have an app that we trust to get the numbers to us in a timely fashion," Pete D'Alessandro, who is running the Iowa portion of Sanders' campaign, told MSNBC. "I'm always going to be more for sure on the stuff that my people had control over the entire time."