Although Iowa's Democratic Party Chair declared Hillary Clinton the winner by a razor-thin margin, a day after her state's caucuses, the Des Moines Register reported Saturday that a review is under way and the party is "making updates where discrepancies have been found."
The final and official result is important for "bragging rights for Clinton or Bernie Sanders as they move ahead into the primary states in the 2016 race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The newspaper reported that the vote totals are being revised "as errors are being discovered."
The tally so far has Clinton with 49.9% and Sanders at 49.6%. As it stands, Clinton would get 23 of the state's national convention delegates and Sanders earns 21.
"Both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns have flagged a very small number of concerns for us, and we are looking at them all on a case-by-case basis," Iowa Democratic Party spokesman Sam Lau told the Register.