Ohio orders polls closed over virus, roiling Democratic primary

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued on Monday night a delay to the state's primaries due to concerns of coronavirus. Polling locations across the state were forced to shut down in a matter of hours. This morning, polling workers pick up cancellation signs to post at their respective locations. Voters are still encouraged to drop off absentee ballots at a tent set up outside the Montgomery County Board of Election office in Dayton, Ohio.