Just as Southwest Airlines began letting customers skip much of the ticket registration process, so might local election boards improve the process by allowing voters to pre-print and fill out their ballots prior to entering the voting booth.
Long lines at polling places on election day depresses turnout for everyone and disproportionately adversely affects handicapped voters. A more rapid voting process would benefit everyone, especially the handicapped.
Let voters pre-print a ballot online (or get one at a local library, etc.) which they can mark up prior to election day and then cast on election day in a fraction of the time. In time (as more voters used the system) this would allow for a much more rapid voting process without sacrificing the reliability and accountability of modern paper ballots.