US Supreme Court Chooses To Conduct Election Amid Coronavirus Pandemic and Americans In Wisconsin Stand In Long Queues To Vote

US Supreme Court Chooses To Conduct Election Amid Coronavirus Pandemic And Americans In Wisconsin Stand In Long Queues To Vote

US Is One The Worst Affected Country In The World From Novel Coronavirus, Yet They Chose To Conduct Election In Wisconsin. Wisconsin Has A STAY AT HOME Order In Place.

Supreme Court Had Earlier Refused To Extend The Absentee Voting Deadline By Six Days. The Court Ordered Absentee Ballots To Be Postmarked By Tuesday And Received By April 13.

"Either They Will Have To Brave The Polls," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Wrote In Her Dissent, "or They Will Lose Their Right To Vote."
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