Here's a shocker, from the New York Times:

A bipartisan panel created by President Obama after many voters waited hours to cast ballots in 2012 on Wednesday recommended ways to keep delays to no more than a half-hour...After surveying local officials, the commission also warned of two potential crises: Voting machines purchased a decade ago, when federal funds were made available as a post-recount remedy, are breaking down or obsolete. And local schools, long a favored polling place and accessible to the disabled, increasingly are unavailable as more of them restrict entry in response to shootings like the massacre in Newtown, Conn.

The panel has plenty more recommendations, including making it easy to register to vote online and expanding options like voting by mail. You should read the whole story. Now let's see how many Republican-run states are going to follow any of these suggestions. My guess is at or around zero.