Last month’s election exit polls predicted the presidential winner quite well, for the most part. States came in quite quickly with predictions, except for Missouri. It was an extremely close race within the state, and it took several days to declare who won Missouri.
I have heard of many complications within the voting system. Many recently registered voters didn’t show up on the lists, and their votes were crucial to the race. Missouri needs to put aside money to update its voting system and decrease ballot confusion. Early voting should be permitted for the elderly or those who don’t have transportation. Also, the ballot needs to be presented more clearly, and we need a universal method throughout the entire state to speed up counting.
Missouri usually has a huge role in presidential elections, so it is essential to increase the efficiency of our system.