“Enough is enough,” writes Tacoma News-Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll, lamenting polling glitches witnessed across the country on Tuesday.
There were long lines across the country, with voters far and wide forced to wait hours upon hours just to have their voices heard.
In some places, there weren’t enough voting machines. In others, precincts were late to open. In still others, there were ballot shortages, car crashes and power outages — all of which needlessly affected peoples’ Constitutionally enshrined right to vote.
It was painfully evident on Tuesday that in many states, voting systems failed voters.