Wisconsin Heads To Polls Despite Pandemic : Politics Podcast After a protracted tug-of-war between the state's governor, legislature and Supreme Court, voting is underway in Wisconsin's primary election. Results will not be disclosed until Monday to allow for the counting of absentee ballots.

And is Bernie Sanders staying in the presidential race in order to extract concessions in the Democratic Party's platform?

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro, and Shawn Johnson of Wisconsin Public Radio.
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Despite Health Risks, In-Person Voting Underway in Wisconsin

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Despite Health Risks, In-Person Voting Underway in Wisconsin

Despite Health Risks, In-Person Voting Underway in Wisconsin

Despite Health Risks, In-Person Voting Underway in Wisconsin

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After a protracted tug-of-war between the state's governor, legislature and Supreme Court, voting is underway in Wisconsin's primary election. Results will not be disclosed until Monday to allow for the counting of absentee ballots. And is Bernie Sanders staying in the presidential race in order to extract concessions in the Democratic Party's platform?

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