I am always astonished at the shortness of the voting day in the US.
In Britain at general elections the polls are open across the whole country from 7.00am till 10.00pm. As a result they do not attract the lengthy queues that many US stations do, where people wait for hours to vote. And people can vote either on their way to or from the pub!
At a time of Covid infection it would seem to make sense to lengthen the voting day to allow for social distancing.
Is this happening?