Milwaukee, Wis. — It’s expected to be 60 percent or higher. Already, there are signs here and across the state that it’ll meet or exceed that expectation. For what it’s worth, the weather is clear and warm with temperatures in the low-70s.
In many cities, lines were reported at polling places, even before they opened at 7 a.m. Central Time. In Janesville, not far from the Illinois border, about 20 residents waited among a landscape of ferns and flowers in front of the Rotary Botanical Gardens.
UPDATE: WTMJ reports:
In Milwaukee, “there are lines at all of our polling sites” said Milwaukee Election Commissioner Sue Edman. “If it continues as we think it will, it is going to be very, very high… from what I’m hearing, the wait is anywhere between 20 and 30 minutes.”