‘People Are Going to Die’ in this Election: Wisconsin Votes
“Was I scared? Hell yea I’m scared!” said Ronny Hill, a retired construction worker. “My daddy couldn’t vote during his time, so I voted for him.”
On Tuesday voters showed up, trying to be socially distant, but undoubtedly putting themselves at risk to cast their ballot. In Milwaukee, where the city’s election commission had shifted 180 voting locations to “five voting centers” because of “severe shortages in election workers,” long lines formed. The videos and photos of voters doing something so ordinary in such panicked times immediately drew expressions of shock online.
Republicans would rather win an election than make Americans safe.