The outcome of the Iowa Democratic caucuses remains unknown, with the state party continuing to delay the reporting of the results after a night of confusion and chaos rocked the critical first-in-the-nation 2020 contest.
"What we know right now is that around 25% of precincts have reported, and early data indicates turnout is on pace for 2016", she added.
Democratic Party officials blamed a "reporting issue".
After some observers claimed that Nevada had contracted with the same vendor for its caucus later this month, that state's Democratic Party released a statement saying that it won't be using the Shadow app.
Billionaire and ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, another Democratic candidate, has made a decision to not to take part in the early voting states.
However, the results of the caucuses are reportedly expected to arrive only on Tuesday due to technical issues and high turnout causing trouble with the usage of an app tallying voter participation, some reports say.
The front-runners of the 11 remaining contenders are Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, former US Vice-President Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar.
The Iowa Democratic Party isn't providing much clarity on that.
Nevertheless, conspiracy theories swirled online on Monday night, including unsubstantiated accusations of election rigging from Donald Trump's campaign manager.
"Everything we know is extremely encouraging", Pete Buttigieg said Tuesday after being endorsed by Jim Donchess, the mayor of Nashua.
The state's Democratic party said it had found "inconsistencies".
"Somehow, some way, I'm going to get on a plane tonight to New Hampshire, and we are bringing this to New Hampshire".
Des Moines County Chair Tom Courtney said technology issues appeared to be contributing to the delays.
Two rounds of voting occur in which a candidate needs to receive a minimum 15% threshold of votes in order to secure any delegates to then vote for them at the Democratic National Convention in July, when the final nominee is chosen after all primaries haven ended. The determination that Moscow hacked the organization to harm Clinton's campaign was made nearly instantly by Crowdstrike, a private Democratic party contractor with links to an arms manufacturer-funded think tank. Amy Klobuchar, the United States senator who has been in fifth place in polls, said her campaign had "punched above our weight" and she was staying in the race.
Dallas County chairman Bryce Smith also said the app had crashed, a view echoed by Nate Gruber, the Democratic vice-chairman of Black Hawk county, a part of the state with the largest concentration of African Americans.
Miller said the state party also held a dry run of the early voting app last weekend at a meeting of its governing members.
"Winners win and losers lose", said Andrew Smith, a pollster and political scientist at the University of New Hampshire.
"We believe that the campaigns deserve full explanation and relevant information regarding the methods of quality control you are employing, and opportunity to respond, before any official results are released", Biden's general counsel wrote in a letter to the IDP.