Voting place confusion

On Tuesday, March 1, my wife and I went to the advertised voting place for precinct 20. They had both party’s ballots available and people were voting for both parties at that location.

I voted for my party. When my wife tried to vote for her party, which was different than mine, she was told she would have to go to another voting location. We never made it to the other voting location, so the party at that location lost her vote.

Whose bright idea was it to not allow both parties to vote at the same location for precinct 20? Don’t they know it costs them votes and voter goodwill?

Jack Clancy Rio Hondo