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Wisconsin Voters Head To Polls To Wait In Long (Socially Distanced) Lines With Masks After Court Rules Election Must Proceed

Credit: Mediaite- Published on April 7, 2020
Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Wisconson voters are making the trek to the polls Tuesday after Governor Tony Evers on Monday ordered for the election to be postponed, which was later reversed by the states conservative-leaning Supreme Court.
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Published on April 7, 2020 -  00:27
WEB EXTRA: Headed To The Polls
Wisconsin voters are going to the polls today despite a stay-at-home order in the state because of the coronavirus pandemic. Many people waiting on lines wore face coverings and practiced social distancing. There were a series of legal battles to try to delay voting, but it was not postponed. The Wisconsin Elections Commission said some polling locations were consolidated.

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