Wisconsin faces dilemma from infected voter: 'I have coronavirus' and I want to vote
Ill man in glasses feeling sick, coughing, wearing protective mask against transmissible infectious diseases and as protection against the flu in public transport

A Wisconsin campaign this week said that it was scrambling to help a voter cast their ballot after being infected with the novel coronavirus.

Sachin Chheda, a Democratic consultant in Milwaukee, revealed that a voter had contacted him about completing an absentee ballot. The voter, who is suffering from COVID-19, told Chheda that they needed a witness to complete the ballot as required by Wisconsin law.

Chheda said that his group was struggling to find someone who has already recovered from COVID-19 so that they can safely witness the voter's signature.

Twitter users responded by noting that other states do not require a witness for absentee ballots.