Curfews, pandemic test voters in primaries held amid unrest

Voters navigated curfews and health concerns in a slate of primary contests that tested the nation’s ability to host elections amid dueling crises. With no real competition, Joe Biden and President Donald Trump easily won their respective primary elections in Indiana, Rhode Island, Maryland, New Mexico and the night’s biggest prize, Pennsylvania. In all, nine states and the District of Columbia were holding elections on Tuesday. In Washington, D.C., which was rocked by protests following the police killing of George Floyd, voters waited in long lines hours after polls closed in some cases.