Wisconsin’s governor delayed in-person voting for the state’s Tuesday election to June because of coronavirus concerns, prompting a quick threat of a legal challenge from the state Legislature’s Republican leadership.

Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, issued an executive order on Monday suspending in-person voting on April 7 and setting a new election date of June 9. Mr. Evers said that he took the action to preserve public safety in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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