Wisconsin Republicans Want to Close Abortion Clinics But Not In-Person Elections, Infecting Seven

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In early April, Wisconsin Republicans attempted to close abortion clinics in the interest of public safety and health—yet, days later, allowed in-person voting centers (with long lines of people not even five feet away from each other) to remain open. Pictured: A voting line in Milwaukee on April 7, 2020 (Coburn Dukehart / Wisconsin Watch)

Seven people appear to have contracted the coronavirus through activities related to the April 7 election in Wisconsin, according to Milwaukee health officials.

The surprising and preventable cause of this infection: one of the five in-person voting locations open during the April 7 elections, where approximately 400,000 people voted in-person.

Six of the seven cases involve Milwaukee voters while one is associated with a Milwaukee poll worker—and advocates worry that these statistics could be just the “tip of the…

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