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Wisconsinites brave coronavirus at polls

Voters fill out ballots at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election, held amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Voters fill out ballots at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election, held amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Voters fill out ballots at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election, held amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Aaron Lipski, assistant chief for the City of Milwaukee Fire Department, stands in a tyvec suit as he monitors health and safety at a polling station inside Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Aaron Lipski, assistant chief for the City of Milwaukee Fire Department, stands in a tyvec suit as he monitors health and safety at a polling station inside Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April...more

Aaron Lipski, assistant chief for the City of Milwaukee Fire Department, stands in a tyvec suit as he monitors health and safety at a polling station inside Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Gigi Kliesmet, Johanna Rose, and Ellie Jackson sit outside a home as they play music for people waiting in line outside a polling station at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Gigi Kliesmet, Johanna Rose, and Ellie Jackson sit outside a home as they play music for people waiting in line outside a polling station at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7....more

Gigi Kliesmet, Johanna Rose, and Ellie Jackson sit outside a home as they play music for people waiting in line outside a polling station at Riverside University High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election worker walks between lines of voters at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election worker walks between lines of voters at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election worker walks between lines of voters at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Voter Matt Phillips feeds his completed ballot into a counting machine inside a polling station at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Voter Matt Phillips feeds his completed ballot into a counting machine inside a polling station at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Voter Matt Phillips feeds his completed ballot into a counting machine inside a polling station at Hamilton High School during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Michael Singleton and his wife Gladys wait in a line, which continued a few blocks south of the polling location, to vote in the presidential primary election while wearing masks and practicing social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus at Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7.    Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORK via REUTERS

Michael Singleton and his wife Gladys wait in a line, which continued a few blocks south of the polling location, to vote in the presidential primary election while wearing masks and practicing social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus...more

Michael Singleton and his wife Gladys wait in a line, which continued a few blocks south of the polling location, to vote in the presidential primary election while wearing masks and practicing social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus at Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORK via REUTERS
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Rosie Redmon, 79, waits with her son, Deshawn Hudson, to vote in the presidential primary election at Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7.    Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORK via REUTERS

Rosie Redmon, 79, waits with her son, Deshawn Hudson, to vote in the presidential primary election at Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORK via REUTERS

Rosie Redmon, 79, waits with her son, Deshawn Hudson, to vote in the presidential primary election at Riverside High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORK via REUTERS
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Voter Rachel Messenger wears a sign reading "Thank you for risking your life to vote" as she waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Voter Rachel Messenger wears a sign reading "Thank you for risking your life to vote" as she waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7....more

Voter Rachel Messenger wears a sign reading "Thank you for risking your life to vote" as she waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Election Officials Richard Vogel and his wife Kathy Vogel, verify voter information as a volunteer prepares to take a ballot to a voter waiting in their vehicle in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election Officials Richard Vogel and his wife Kathy Vogel, verify voter information as a volunteer prepares to take a ballot to a voter waiting in their vehicle in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election Officials Richard Vogel and his wife Kathy Vogel, verify voter information as a volunteer prepares to take a ballot to a voter waiting in their vehicle in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Voter Laura Dauffenbach, right, fills out her ballot at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

Voter Laura Dauffenbach, right, fills out her ballot at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

Voter Laura Dauffenbach, right, fills out her ballot at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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Election volunteers verify the identity of a voter on handheld devices after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location outside City Hall during the presidential primary election held amid the coronavirus outbreak in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteers verify the identity of a voter on handheld devices after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location outside City Hall during the presidential primary election held amid the coronavirus...more

Election volunteers verify the identity of a voter on handheld devices after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location outside City Hall during the presidential primary election held amid the coronavirus outbreak in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Barbara Newton processes an absentee ballot with Peter Close at the Roberts Village Hall during the presidential primary election in Roberts, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

Barbara Newton processes an absentee ballot with Peter Close at the Roberts Village Hall during the presidential primary election in Roberts, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

Barbara Newton processes an absentee ballot with Peter Close at the Roberts Village Hall during the presidential primary election in Roberts, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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Patrick Kapple waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Patrick Kapple waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Patrick Kapple waits in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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Election volunteer Nancy Gavney verifies voter and witness signatures on absentee ballots as they are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker T

Election volunteer Nancy Gavney verifies voter and witness signatures on absentee ballots as they are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker T

Election volunteer Nancy Gavney verifies voter and witness signatures on absentee ballots as they are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker T
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Marni Bailey, a worker at a nearby group home for the elderly, uses her mobile phone as she stands in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Marni Bailey, a worker at a nearby group home for the elderly, uses her mobile phone as she stands in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7....more

Marni Bailey, a worker at a nearby group home for the elderly, uses her mobile phone as she stands in line outside Riverside University High School to cast a ballot during the presidential primary election in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election worker receives a ballot for an awaiting voter at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7.  
 REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election worker receives a ballot for an awaiting voter at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election worker receives a ballot for an awaiting voter at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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Cones placed outside Somerset Village Hall to help voters maintain social distancing in Somerset, Wisconsin, April 7.  
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Cones placed outside Somerset Village Hall to help voters maintain social distancing in Somerset, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi

Cones placed outside Somerset Village Hall to help voters maintain social distancing in Somerset, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi
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Election volunteer Tyler Jentoft-Johnson holds an absentee ballot for counting at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteer Tyler Jentoft-Johnson holds an absentee ballot for counting at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteer Tyler Jentoft-Johnson holds an absentee ballot for counting at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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An election volunteer collects a completed ballot from a voter in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer collects a completed ballot from a voter in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer collects a completed ballot from a voter in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi

An election official takes a voter's driver's license information at the drive-thru polling area behind the City of New Richmond Public Utilities building in New Richmond, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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An election volunteer inserts a completed ballot into a counting machine in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer inserts a completed ballot into a counting machine in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer inserts a completed ballot into a counting machine in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Election volunteers process absentee ballots at the City Hall  in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteers process absentee ballots at the City Hall in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteers process absentee ballots at the City Hall in Beloit, Wisconsin, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election volunteer waits as a voter fills out his ballot in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer waits as a voter fills out his ballot in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer waits as a voter fills out his ballot in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Tents representing voting wards stand after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Tents representing voting wards stand after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Tents representing voting wards stand after the city of Beloit consolidated all their precincts in a single drive-up location, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election volunteer talks with a voter as they wait in a drive-up polling station in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer talks with a voter as they wait in a drive-up polling station in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer talks with a voter as they wait in a drive-up polling station in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Beloit City Clerk Lori Stottler talks with election volunteers as absentee ballots are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Beloit City Clerk Lori Stottler talks with election volunteers as absentee ballots are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Beloit City Clerk Lori Stottler talks with election volunteers as absentee ballots are counted at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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An election volunteer talks with a voter in a car in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer talks with a voter in a car in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

An election volunteer talks with a voter in a car in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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City workers carry a sign as a drive-up polling station is opened in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

City workers carry a sign as a drive-up polling station is opened in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

City workers carry a sign as a drive-up polling station is opened in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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Somerset Village Clerk Felicia Germaine, who has overseen elections here for the past six years, troubleshoots a finicky ballot at Somerset Village Hall, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi

Somerset Village Clerk Felicia Germaine, who has overseen elections here for the past six years, troubleshoots a finicky ballot at Somerset Village Hall, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi

Somerset Village Clerk Felicia Germaine, who has overseen elections here for the past six years, troubleshoots a finicky ballot at Somerset Village Hall, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi
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Election volunteer Forrest Dassow feeds an absentee ballot into a machine at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteer Forrest Dassow feeds an absentee ballot into a machine at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker

Election volunteer Forrest Dassow feeds an absentee ballot into a machine at the City Hall in Beloit, April 7. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
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A view outside the Somerset Village Hall during the presidential primary election, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi

A view outside the Somerset Village Hall during the presidential primary election, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi

A view outside the Somerset Village Hall during the presidential primary election, April 7. REUTERS/Nick Pfosi
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