The presidential election is scheduled on November 3 in the US. Political parties have committed their lives to win elections. Meanwhile, cases of global epidemic corona virus infection are rising in several states before US election. The rise in corona virus infection cases in election-critical states remains a cause of concern for election officials and voters.
Cases of corona infection are on the rise again in many US states. The continued increase in cases of corona infection has been a cause of concern by election officials and voters. Given this, local election officials in states such as Iowa and Wisconsin are opening polling stations prematurely due to the possibility of election officials being infected, isolated or fearing infection at the last minute. Employing staff and asking voters to be prepared for long queues.
In addition to Iowa and Wisconsin, the number of infections and deaths is increasing in Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Ohio. There were record cases of corona virus infection this week in Wisconsin.
Governor Tony Evans has said that the Wisconsin National Guard will be appointed in the event of a shortage of staff at polling stations. Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz in Iowa has opened additional centers in Davenport and surrounding areas to keep the number of people at polling stations on election day.