We need national standards for voting machines and procedures. They should be as tightly monitored as Las Vegas slot machines. We also should not have partisan government officials making any decisions about where, when, and how people can vote. That would perhaps prevent some of the confusion SDW witnessed firsthand.
I don't know if there is such a thing as a nonpartisan government official. The question is...regulated by whom? You're not even talking about regulation, you're talking about enforcement. Someone has to do the enforcing.
Then shouldn't we prevent voting in schools? Doesn't making someone vote on a tax increase in the school that it affects serve as priming?