Sorry, I have had too many internal and external attempts to change things on my Moodle sites, to want to give up one of the few ways I have of keeping some track of who was doing what, when. Even though I stressed it from the first day of school each year, that Moodle and my server logged everything throughout the school year, I always had foolish attempts by students, who always protested their innocence until confronted by by proof of their misdeeds.
By the same token, I had more than one time where the student benefited when the logs showed they actually had made the attempt to do something, but an assignment did not show as complete, like it should have. Without the logs, I would NOT have been inclined to give them a second chance.
As for voting, in my location, I am given a serial numbered ballot logged to me by name, so what happens in the booth, can be tracked, checked, and investigated, if need be. Which, come to think of it, has happened in multiple elections all over the US.