Today is the first day in-person early voting can take place in Wisconsin.
In the City of Milwaukee, the number of locations increased from three in 2016 to 13 in 2020.
The city Election Commission’s Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg says polling places will have proper physical distancing, workers will wear masks, and equipment will be sanitized after each voter.
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Woodall-Vogg was a guest on Wisconsin’s Morning News. Listen to the full interview in the player above.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and other city leaders are holding a press conference with more information. Watch below.