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Georgia and Louisiana Postpone Primaries Amidst Coronavirus Fears

Four other states are holding primaries as scheduled.

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Georgia and Louisiana state officials have suspended their upcoming presidential primaries amidst fears of the Chinese coronavirus.

Georgia is moving its presidential primary to May 19th instead of March 24th. Louisiana is moving its primary to June 20th from April 4th.

Other state secretaries are declining to change dates of presidential primaries, despite fears over the mass gatherings that primary elections often entail. Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio are all holding their primaries as scheduled, on March 17th.

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A round of Biden wins in the four big states to vote on Tuesday could effectively end the Democratic primary campaign, perhaps opening up the possibility for upcoming primary states to suspend their primaries for fear of the virus.

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But, some are questioning the decision to go ahead with holding elections admits a national panic over the coronavirus.

One third of the polling places in Arizona’s Maricopa County will be closed on account of a lack of sanitation supplies to clean them. An official for the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office had something of a nervous breakdown when speaking of his agency’s plans to safeguard Arizona citizens from becoming infected with coronavirus while voting in the primary, walking off stage at a press conference and stating that “I can’t do this.

The coronavirus could ultimately serve to drive down primary election turnout levels to historic lows.

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Joe Biden Injured While Playing With Dog, Expected to See Orthopedist

Biden appears to have suffered a minor injury.

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden reportedly suffered an injury while playing with a dog at his Delaware home on Sunday morning. He’s expected to receive treatment from an orthopedist this afternoon.

Pool reporters were told Sunday that the injury wasn’t serious and that Biden is only being examined out of an abundance of caution. There hasn’t been an update since the pool announcement of the incident.

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Biden rarely campaigned during the presidential election, instead opting to remain at his Delaware home and proclaim “lids” as early as 9:10 AM. He’d conceivably have no choice but to assume a more demanding schedule if he’s ultimately inaugurated as President.

If Biden is ultimately elected in December by the electoral college, he’ll be the oldest president ever to be inaugurated for a first term by far. President Trump currently holds the record for being the oldest to be inaugurated, having taken office when he was 71. Biden turned 78 earlier this month.

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