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Wisconsin Governor Wants To Delay Primary Election Last Minute

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Published on April 5, 2020 - Duration: 00:32s

Wisconsin Governor Wants To Delay Primary Election Last Minute

Democratic Wisconsin Gov.

Tony Evers wants legislators to delay the state’s upcoming election.

According to Gizmodo, he wants people to vote by mail in order to prevent people gathering at the polls.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Evers wants to delay the deadline until mid-May 26.

The governor also wants polling stations available for disabled voters for up to eight hours between now and May 19.

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