The right to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy – and the participation of every eligible voter is critical for the strength of that foundation. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy. From long lines, to archaic and sometimes discriminatory voter registration procedures, to inconvenient or inaccessible polling places or times, we must remove barriers and find ways to increase voter participation, including for individuals with disabilities and seniors. I want to address this issue, and to do it, I want input from you – my constituents – because everyone has a vested interest in the strength of our democracy. I want to hear what new ideas you have for how Congress can help states increase access to voting, promote participation in our elections, and ensure that every eligible individual is able to vote. It’s my job to represent you, and hearing your ideas is a critical part of how I do that.