Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner recently made a decision regarding the general election that truly was the only correct choice.
Brunner directed local elections boards to cease a practice refered to as "sleepovers," which allowed poll workers to take voting machines home before an election.
Before the advent of electronic voting machinery, this practice made sense. Considering the distance some poll workers would have to travel to pick up a voting machine and set it up at the voting precinct by 6:30 a.m. on election day, it was more convenient and efficient to take the machine home a day or two before the election.
By allowing precinct workers to transport the machines, elections boards didn't have to pay someone to move the devices from storage sites.
But Brunner opted to end the practice due to security concerns. In the wake of tampering claims in the last two presidential elections, that's an understandable decision.