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Voting in person

Voters were required to cast ballots in person today at the Grand Chute Town Hall proceeds after Gov. Tony Evers’ attempt to postpone the election was blocked by the Wisconsin’s Supreme Court.

Woman in car infant of polling place
A motorist considers her voting options as she drives past the Grand Chute Town Hall. Photo by Caitlin Lee

With only two polling places open in Grand Chute, the Town Hall saw a regular stream of people coming in and out, only some wearing face masks and/or personal protective gear.

A woman chooses to vote from her car as a volunteer and witness take her information at the Grand Chute Town H Photo by Caitlin Lee

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, both polling locations offered curbside voting as well as placing cones six feet apart to encourage voters to adhere to social distancing.

A voter exits the polling place at Grand Chute Town Hall. Photo by Caitlin Lee

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  • Caitlin Lee

    I work as a photographer and photo copy desk at the Daily Collegian. I previously worked as a visuals intern at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in the summer of 2018. I was also a participant in the Student Newsroom for the 2019 Online News Association. I aspire to be a sports photographer working for a professional team or media company.

April 7, 2020

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Caitlin Lee

Caitlin Lee I work as a photographer and photo copy desk at the Daily Collegian. I previously worked as a visuals intern at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in the summer of 2018. I was also a participant in the Student Newsroom for the 2019 Online News Association. I aspire to be a sports photographer working for a professional team or media company.


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