The Iowa Democratic Party is standing by the results of the Iowa caucuses in which Hillary Clinton apparently defeated Sen. Bernie Sanders by the narrowest of margins, The Des Moines Register reported.
Sanders' camp wanted a review of the tallies of Monday's vote. They said they found discrepancies between tallies at the precinct level and numbers that were reported to the state party.
"We just want to work with the party and get the questions that are unanswered answered," Sanders aide Rania Batrice told the Register.
The party said Sanders won 49.6 percent of the state delegate equivalents to Clinton's 49.8 percent.
"These are the final results," party Chairwoman Andy McGuire told the newspaper Tuesday.