When the Supreme Court removed spending limits in election campaigns, it took away the ability for the majority of the population to match the level of donations to elected officials with the contributions of the extremely rich. When the Supreme Court determined that corporations were citizens, it violated the very framework of the Constitution, which enshrines the right that all men are created equal and therefore should, be represented equally. Only Congress can act to correct those horrible mistakes. But when you have a Senate that refuses to act on vital legislation to better the lives of citizens, the only thing citizens have left is the vote. To preserve any human rights over corporate rights in the United States of America, this Congress should protect and encourage voter participation to the fullest. Anything else is hypocrisy.