The voting pressures I experienced at a left-leaning liberal arts college got me thinking about voting dynamics and what drives voting behavior. Is there an opportunity to leverage peer influence in some way as we try to improve access?
For some, maybe just getting to the voting booth is difficult. But maybe we could create a carpooling system to enable people to come together and share rides to the booth. And better yet, just like the carpool lane, full cars get faster voting.
What if we could create a voting system that functioned like the food trucks that roam the streets of so many cities? We could improve access, reduce wait times at the polls and cut the amount of travel time required of voters (less CO2).