Long story short: tell legislators to stop taking the vote away from folks who’ve been convicted of felonies, and tell your Congressfolk to pass the Respect for Marriage Act. Use the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or, if you're on a cellphone, the bottom of this page) to find your Congressfolk's phone numbers and/or use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs.
Common Cause helps you tell state and federal legislators to stop depriving ex-felons of the right to vote. That was the new frontier in vote suppression in the ‘90s, and now it means one out of every 16 Black folks in America have lost their right to vote – in a nation that tries to put as many Black folks in prison as it can to begin with! Frankly, no one currently in prison should lose their right to vote, either, but most Americans already agree that once you’ve paid your debt to society you should be able to vote, and if most of us want something that harmless, we should get it. No, making it harder for Republican to win elections isn’t “harm.” They could try appealing to anyone’s better nature!
The Human Rights Campaign helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 8404/S. 4556, the Respect for Marriage Act. Justice Thomas came out and said our Supreme Court should use the Dobbs decision to roll back previous Court rulings protecting contraception, gay sex, and gay marriage, so we need to pass the Respect for Marriage Act to protect gay marriage (and interracial marriage!) from future Supreme Court judicial activism. Don’t listen to Republicans who say we don’t need a law like this. because Justice Thomas, again, came out and said it was open season on all of these things. And remember, kids: don’t like gay marriage? Then don’t gay marry! It’s that simple.