Jeanine Santucci, USA TODAY Published 6:05 p.m. ET April 7, 2020 | Updated 10:33 p.m. ET April 7, 2020CLOSE With coronavirus hanging over the Wisconsin primary, a failed attempt at delay, fewer polling places and worker shortages made voters the big losers. USA TODAYAfter days of back-and-forth over whether Wisconsin would go forward with its scheduled primary, voters across the state lined up at the polls Tuesday, attempting to leave enough space between them to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.Some had strong messages of disapproval for state leaders. “This is ridiculous,” read one voter’s homemade sign. Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, tried to postpone the election until June 9 and expand absentee voting through an executive order on Monday, but it was overturned by the Wisconsin Supreme Court later that day. The United States Supreme Court also ruled Monday against an extension on absentee voting along ideological lines, with liberal justices dissenting.Democratic leaders in Wisconsin decried the decision to push on with the election, saying officials were putting voters’ lives at high risk at polling locations where they would have to stand in lines and come in contact with poll workers and high-touch surfaces.Wisconsin has seen over 2,500 cases of

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