The results of the Iowa Caucus were left undetermined after the app designed to facilitate reporting from over 1,700 precincts failed to work properly. Instead, numbers were phoned in—one county chair gave up for the night entirely, and said he would try again in the morning. Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) officials are reassuring the public that they have things under control—it's better to have the correct results than to get it done quickly. According to the IDP, there was no hack, and to allude to anything like that is to be Trumpian. Despite these assurances, conspiracy theories have quickly spun up by both Democrats and Republicans. Here's some of the early reactions to what happened. Here's some of the early reactions to what happened.