Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has recommended voting in Ohio’s primary will be extended until June 2 and that no in-person voting should take place until that date.

DeWine said the CDC’s recommendation of limiting gatherings to 50 people was key to making the decision.

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“We cannot conduct in-person voting for 13 hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines,” he said.

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