MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers says he's evaluating whether to allow people to vote exclusively by mail in Wisconsin's spring election amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Evers has so far resisted calls to postpone the April 7 election, saying he wants people to vote by absentee ballot rather than travel to the polls.
He told reporters during a conference call Monday that he's evaluating whether to conduct the election completely by mail-in absentee ballots.
The election includes a presidential primary, a state Supreme Court race and hundreds of local contests.