I read today about more accusations electoral shenanigans in Alabama, and I compare that with how Australian elections are conducted. We have compulsory voting and the attitude of those running elections seems completely different to the US example.
The Australian Electoral Commission has a mandate to ensure that every eligible voter casts a vote. In between elections they work to ensure the electoral roll is as complete as it can be. If they get information that you may have moved or turned 18, then they will hound you with letters and forms to make sure your registration is correct. If there is a possible discrepancy at the polling station then you will be required to cast a provisional vote. There is no ID requirement to cast a vote. Electoral officers will ensure nursing homes and remote voters all get their chance to cast their vote.
Out system is built to get the maximum possible number of votes.
We have independent boundary commissioners to minimise gerrymandering and all electorates have roughly the same number of voters in them (with some variation for larger rural areas).
I am biased I'm sure, but I think the AEC does a pretty good job of managing our elections outside of partisan politics but I think that is because of the way they have been set up and managed.
I'm curious how other nations manage the administration of their voting rolls and election days. What works well and what does not.