Former Vice President Joe Biden asked voters in a slew of Tuesday primary states to “please vote” as the coronavirus crisis has led to widespread closures and cancelations as officials try to corral the COVID-19 outbreak.Florida, Ohio, Illinois and Arizona are slated to hold primaries on Tuesday. Already, Georgia and Louisiana have announced they are pushing back their primaries from March and April to May and June.”The right to vote is the most sacred American right there is,” Biden tweeted. “State election officials are working closely with public health officials to hold safe elections. If you are feeling healthy, not showing symptoms, and not at risk of being exposed to COVID-19: please vote on Tuesday.””If you’re exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 — or might be at risk — absentee or vote by mail options are the best way to make your voice heard, while protecting your neighbors,” he continued.Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.Biden, the front-runner, currently holds a delegate lead over his rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. Biden’s strength is largely built on older voters while Sanders has performed better among younger Americans.In a joint statement on Friday, the secretaries of

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