Here in Sweden we have different papers for each party, that is instead of crossing of a name you put a whole paper for party x into an envelope. Pro is that this makes the counting much easier and also is not complicated for the voter. Con is that it's very expensive for a new/small party to print and distribute papers to all voting places (if you get over 1% in an election then the state will pay and manage the distribution). You can also write the party name on a black piece of paper if you want to (or if the party you want to vote for doesn't have papers in your voting place) which of course negates the pro but it's rare enough to not make a real impact.
If there's a yes/no vote done then each such vote gets their own envelope and there is a yes or no paper to choose from, so no crossing their either.
In which distant world is "tmpfiles-setup-dev" a nondescript name? Is really that hard to kind of understand that it creates temporary nodes in
How to tell what is going to execute when my machine boots: "systemctl" or "systemctl list-unit-files" depending upon how you want to format that list.