Statewide voter turnout surged, but Black turnout remained steady, in presidential election
Antoinette Jackson and her sister Elita Williams enjoy coffee and donuts after they cast their votes at Washington High School in Milwaukee on Nov. 3, 2020. A Wisconsin Watch analysis found turnout in majority-black wards in Milwaukee was down from 2016. Advocates blamed fear of contracting COVID-19, lack of face-to-face voter engagement and suspicion of mail-in voting, the method most Wisconsin voters used on Nov. 3.
(Sue Vliet for Wisconsin Watch)

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