US suggests 3.3 million voters to polls, despite coronavirus outbreak

While half the world is restricted by quarantine measures Tuesday to more than 3.3 million voters demanded in the US state of Wisconsin to come to the polls. They need to express their preference for a candidate within the presidential primaries.

While half the world is restricted by quarantine measures Tuesday to more than 3.3 million voters demanded in the US state of Wisconsin to come to the polls. They need to express their preference for a candidate within the presidential primaries.

Those elections would otherwise “be fundamentally affected” if the court ruled in the state which has over 5.7 million inhabitants. Thousands of seats in local government and are a coveted place in the court on the game.

The idea of ​​elections to suspend, as previously, for example Ohio, Louisiana, Georgia and several other states did, came from the pen of Governor and Democrat Tony Evers, writes The New York Times.

The court of the state, however, is in the hands of the Republicans, who repeatedly criticized the proposal. Judges finally voted on party lines.

“Residents must choose between voting and their health ‘

Evers was shocked at the outcome. “On Tuesday, thousands of people have to choose between their vote and their right to live a healthy and safe life.” President Donald Trump said on Twitter the hope that voters vote for the Republican candidate Daniel Kelly. “Stay safe, on this great day.”

Too uncomprehending look elsewhere in the country to developments in Wisconsin. The United States have difficulty grasp the outbreak of coronavirus and saw the number of infections and deaths in recent weeks rising explosively, to 370,000 patients and nearly 11,000 deaths. Wisconsin would have been 2,500 people ill and 83 patients are deceased.

In the Democratic primary is former Vice President Joe Biden on course to the final include elections at Trump. Biden received more than one thousand electors behind which his rival Bernie Sanders (nine electors) has put an almost insurmountable disadvantage.

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