Supporting the passage of this bill is a "no-brainer". I understand that this bill is not perfect, but what act of Congress ever is? I understand that there are some hefty and consequential burdens placed on the States that come with this bill. Again, which act of Congress doesn't encumber the States with some form of accountability and process upheaval. I work in education and federal rules and understanding which policies are enforced and how is a lot of the work and no one seems to mind because we understand what's at stake: $$$. The Federal Congress must act to preserve the natural right of every U.S. citizen to vote. The invocation of this unspoken but understood and established role for the U.S. Congress is never more necessary than when the individual states are acting in ways that attempt to undermine a citizens right to vote in a free and fair election. The House and the Senate have augmented and strengthened and expanded the right to vote and the protection of voting rights throughout every period of our country's history. As elected officials, your duty and responsibility is to your constituents and your country not the false interpretation and weaponization of human errors to undermine the basic tenet of a fully functioning democratic republic. The fact that we're even having this debate is depressing. Every reasonable, thoughtful, and patriotic member of the U.S. Congress must support and pass this bill. Once the bill is passed and the protections are in place, you and your staff can lead the charge in crafting legislation and policy plans that "fix" some of the more burdensome and onerous provisions within this larger, but ultimately, necessary federal check on various states' attempts to undermine basic American rights.