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Wisconsin, Apr 7 (EFE/EPA).- A shortage of poll workers due to the coronavirus outbreak left Wisconsin with only a few polls open for the presidential primary elections on Tuesday.After an attempt by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers to delay the presidential primary election because of the coronavirus pandeimic, both the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the US Supreme Court ruled that the election should proceed as scheduled. (Camera: TANNEN MAURY).FOOTAGE SHOWS PEOPLE CASTING THEIR VOTES IN THE WISCONSIN PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION AT A DRIVE UP POLLING PLACE AT RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL IN MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.

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