Joe Biden won Ohio’s “mail-in” Democrat primary after Governor DeWine delayed voting because of the Coronavirus.
The primary was originally scheduled for March 17 (before Bernie Sanders dropped out) but DeWine pushed the primary back several weeks and encouraged voters to vote by mail with an April 28 deadline.
The ballots must be postmarked by April 27 and must be received by May 8 in order to be counted.
Voters also had the ability to travel to their county board of elections and drop their ballots in a ‘secure drop box’ on Tuesday.
CBS reported that more than 18,000 ballots were dropped in the secure drop boxes.
Read the full story from The Gateway Pundit
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