Some people, including me, believe that our nation wants to increase the pool of voters and that we should take every possible step to do so.
We should carefully consider whether our election system, our election process is critical infrastructure, like the financial sector, like the power grid… There’s a vital national interest in our electoral process.
A step towards granting everyday Americans the knowledge that their votes will not be outweighed by the dark money of corporations, special interests, and lobbyists.
As a whole, our country will be a more balanced one when we have more women representatives. And to help the bigger problem of lackluster sitting politicians, let’s vote out those not doing their jobs.
Regular people all over America are keenly aware of the corrupting influence of money in politics. They are rightfully angry. The DNC just gave them one more reason for their anger.
Does the United States Congress think that big companies should be able to spend money on politics, secretly?
“Making it harder once again for African American citizens to exercise their franchise is not merely a slippery slope, its the road to perdition. We simply cannot permit it to happen again.”