[Ed. – It may not be the first, as there are presumably Iowa Democrats voting in caucuses even further East. But it’s the first one I could find reported from overseas.]
Some of the earliest results of the Iowa caucuses are coming in from thousands of miles away.
In Glasgow, Scotland, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the most support in a small, satellite caucus for Iowans living abroad.
Sanders received support from nine of the 19 caucusgoers who attended. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren ended up with six supporters, and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg had three.
The other candidates were not viable. Former Vice President Joe Biden received no votes. …
This is the first time Iowa Democrats have held caucuses outside Iowa. The remote sites are intended to make the caucuses more inclusive to Iowans living out of state or abroad.