24/7 News Source -- Four states with primaries this Tuesday are scrambling to protect voters from the coronavirus. Election officials in Arizona, Florida, Illinois, and Ohio are following advice from the CDC and encouraging people to vote early or mail their ballots ahead of time. Voters who can only make it to the polls on primary day are being told to arrive at off-peak times in an effort to avoid long lines. Officials in Arizona and Ohio say their polling places are being disinfected and sanitized, and they will have sanitizer, tissues, and gloves available for voters at all locations. A state of emergency has been declared in all four primary states over the coronavirus.