All eyes are on Wisconsin as national leaders react to Tuesdays controversial election. During Tuesday's briefing at the White House, President Trump praised the Supreme Court's decision to block Governor Evers from postponing the Spring Primary. The democrats in Wisconsin had no problem with the election being today until I endorsed Justice Kelly. The President referring to a tweet he sent the morning of the election encouraging Wisconsin voters to support Justice Daniel Kelly.
Poll workers are also taking extra safety precautions, including wearing masks and gloves, while cleaning surfaces and offering hand sanitizer.
Wisconsin Supreme Court hopeful Jill Karofsky said it is unfortunate the election was not postponed, and that leaders did not follow the advice of healthcare professionals.
Dozens of voters, many wearing masks and standing apart from one another, waited outside the South Division High School polling place in Milwaukee as the polls opened Tuesday.
Rock County dealt with a record number of absentee ballots, as in Beloit and Janesville, the number of in-person polling places dropped.
Next Monday at 4 p.m. That's when municipalities will start running their results. Some places will still be counting absentee ballots after 4 p.m. But election officials say results will be in within four hours or sooner.