WASHINGTON/COLUMBUS, OHIO – The already topsy-turvy Democratic presidential contest is being upended again by the coronavirus, as states weigh whether to delay balloting and prevent in-person voting.
Monday evening, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine invoked a health emergency to close the polls in the state’s primary Tuesday, after a judge rejected his recommendation to postpone voting because of the coronavirus threat.
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