Preparations are underway for a distanced state primary vote on Sept. 8.
“It’s not going to be a whole lot different than going to the grocery store, with the individuals you are interacting with being behind plastic shields,” said Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan. “People are going to be wearing personal protective equipment.”
In big cities such as Manchester, the need to socially distance polling locations might make for slower going at peak voting times.
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