Voters in Wisconsin traveled to the polls on Tuesday in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News campaign reporter Adam Brewster says voters went to the polls after days of legal battles over challenges to the election and state leaders failing to take action to move the election day, as many other states have. In the days leading up to voting, local election officials and health experts raised concerns about a lack of poll workers leading to fewer voting sites and larger crowds. State officials encouraged people to vote absentee and the record number of absentee ballot requests has pushed the limits for clerks trying to keep up with demand. While 11 states and Puerto Rico have moved their primaries, and others have moved to conduct them with mail voting, Wisconsin legislative leaders held firm in conducting the election on April 7. Voters are also casting ballots for a state supreme court seat and other local officials, in addition to the presidential primary.  Cities around the state consolidated voting locations, and the most crowded sites have been in Milwaukee. The city is operating just five in-person polling sites rather than its usual 180. Neil Albrecht, the executive director for the city


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