Carrie Dann14h ago / 3:43 PM UTCWASHINGTON — States continue to postpone Democratic presidential caucuses and primaries as the threat of coronavirus looms large and White House social distancing guidelines remain in place for another month. All presidential contests before March 17 were held as scheduled but the list of states that have altered voting plans due to the novel coronavirus is extensive.A voter casts their ballot at a polling station in Hillsboro, Va., on March 3, 2020.Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg via Getty ImagesHere’s the modified schedule so far listed by original contest date.March 17Arizona primary (held)Florida primary (held)Illinois primary (held)Ohio primary: now set to be an all-mail election on April 28March 24Georgia primary: postponed to May 19. March 29Puerto Rico primary: postponed to April 26 at the earliest.April 4Alaska Democratic Party-Run primary: in-person voting plans scrapped in favor of all-mail voting with the deadline on April 10. Hawaii Democratic Party-Run primary: in-person voting plans scrapped in favor of all-mail voting with a deadline of May 22. Louisiana primary: postponed to June 20. Wyoming Caucuses: in-person caucuses suspended in favor of mail. The deadline is April 17. April 7Wisconsin primaryApril 28Connecticut primary: postponed to June 2.Delaware primary: postponed to June 2.Maryland primary: postponed  to June 2.New


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