Across the country, election officials are scrambling to decide how to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic. Louisiana and Georgia have postponed their primary contests, and candidates have eliminated public rallies entirely. But in Arizona, Tuesday’s primary is still on, and some 80 percent of voters were expected to mail in their ballots ahead of time. Stephanie Sy reports.
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