They tried to postpone the vote because of the coronavirus.
The Wisconsin state election Commission on Monday will publish the results of the democratic primaries that took place last week.
Publication of the results was delayed due to a lawsuit: the state Governor tried to postpone the vote due to the coronavirus, but the state Supreme Court overturned his decision.
Supporters of postponing the vote insisted that it was not safe to go to the polling stations in the current situation, and many volunteers made it clear that they were going to refuse to participate in the organization. The Republican-dominated state legislature insisted on holding the vote because there were also many statewide positions at stake that would otherwise remain unfilled.
The judges ruled that voters can submit ballots by mail, provided they are sent by polling day so that they can be received for counting by Monday.
Recall that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew from the race the day after the vote took place in Wisconsin. In this regard, the opponent of President Donald Trump in the November elections is likely to be former Vice President Joe Biden.