Rajat posted a link in subinterest 'Race For 2016'

There Are 868 Fewer Places to Vote in 2016 Because the Supreme Court Gutted the Voting Rights Act

When Aracely Calderon, a naturalized US citizen from Guatemala, went to vote in downtown Phoenix just before the polls closed in Arizona's March 22 presidential primary, there were more than 700 people in a line stretching four city blocks. She waited in line for five hours, becoming the last voter in the state to cast a ballot at 12:12 am.

No matter who you vote for, why would a democratic system not want a higher voter participation by having more 1) places to vote 2) early voting options and 3) election monitors?

Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor And not to talk of purged voter rolls and voter intimidation. http://www.democracynow.org/2016/11/7/this_is_voting_in_2016_armed