After an 11th-hour scramble , Wisconsin forged ahead with its election Tuesday, despite fears about the coronavirus outbreak and an ongoing stay-at-home order from the governor. Though hundreds of thousands of voters cast absentee ballots ahead of time, many still turned out to vote in person Tuesday. What they found: plenty of masks and cleaning supplies, jury-rigged Plexiglas barriers and long, socially distanced lines. Voters masked to protect from the coronavirus line up at Riverside High School in Milwaukee. Morry Gash / AP In some municipalities, longer lines were to be expected, due to a shortage of thousands of poll workers that led election officials to have to consolidate voting locations. The city of Milwaukee, with a total population...
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Long Lines, Masks And Plexiglas Barriers Greet Wisconsin Voters At Polls