I always enjoyed taking voting photos for newspapers but early deadlines meant I had to shoot and scoot, so I usually went for something generic like the above photo.
The 2016 election is an oddball, to say the least, but it is important that everyone vote. I am going to step out of a photographer's role here (we aren't allowed to have opinions) and say that I don't believe the voting process is fair. I believe the actual mechanical process is fair (aside from the hacking aspect), but I have had to shoot a lot of re-counts, something the general public usually doesn't get to witness, with the exception of hanging chads in Florida, but how can it be fair if some states give ample days for voting and some only allow one-day voting? The weather, especially up north, can play havoc with turnout.
In states like Georgia, you have no excuse not to vote. Look at all the days you have to choose from. States with one-day voting laws are doing no service to its citizens or, in the case of an important election year, the country. We all suffer when states get to make their own voting rules in presidential elections. And don't get me started on delegates and super-delegates. Why not one person = one vote?