Jeanine Santucci, USA TODAY Published 9:52 p.m. ET April 10, 2020 CLOSE With coronavirus hanging over the Wisconsin primary, a failed attempt at delay, fewer polling places and worker shortages made voters the big losers. USA TODAYThe United States Postal Service is conducting an investigation into issues that were reported with the delivery of absentee ballots in Wisconsin, which held its primary election this week despite concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.The investigation comes after Wisconsin Sens. Ron Johnson, a Republican, and Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat, called on the USPS to look into claims absentee ballots that were requested ahead of the election but were never delivered or arrived only after the election had passed.Johnson and Baldwin sent a letter to the USPS Thursday urging a probe into missing ballots.”In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was an unprecedented increase in requests for absentee ballots, as more and more voters sought to comply with public health guidance and avoid potential risk to their health by avoiding in-person voting,” they wrote.”Unfortunately, there have been numerous accounts from the state that USPS failed to fulfill that critical function for some voters,” the senators added.Will Wisconsin votes count?: Many absentee ballots were not postmarked, putting votes at


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