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As a U.S. Senator, I would fight for voting rights by advocating for federal legislation that protects and expands access to the ballot for all eligible voters. This includes supporting measures such as the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, which aims to restore and strengthen provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, ensuring that no state or locality can implement voting procedures that discriminate against minority groups. I would also push for the establishment of national standards for voting access, such as automatic voter registration, same-day registration, and extended early voting periods. By eliminating barriers to voting and making the process more accessible, we can ensure that every citizen’s voice is heard in our democracy.

Additionally, I would work to counteract efforts to disenfranchise voters through restrictive laws and policies. This involves challenging voter ID laws, purges of voter rolls, and other tactics that disproportionately impact marginalized communities. Collaborating with civil rights organizations and using my platform to raise awareness about these issues would be crucial in mobilizing public support and ensuring fair voting practices. Moreover, I would advocate for greater transparency and security in our electoral process, including the protection against foreign interference and the implementation of robust auditing systems. By prioritizing voting rights and fighting against disenfranchisement, I would help safeguard the integrity of our democratic system.

Vote Rod's for major 2024

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  • knock on doors passing flyers
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