Long story short: tell your Pennsylvania state legislators to count mail-in ballots when they get them, and tell your Congressfolk to enact insulin price caps and pass the Martha Wright Prison Phone Justice 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.
Pennsylvania residents, take note: Common Cause helps you tell your state legislators to let vote counters count mail-in ballots when they receive them, instead of waiting until after Election Day to start counting them. That’s what created the illusion of Donald Trump leads in both Pennsylvania and Michigan the day after Election Day – and it helped create the illusion of a “stolen” election, almost like that was the whole idea! And can you imagine legions of Doug Mastriano votaries brandishing guns at vote counters at every location in the Philly/Pittsburgh area so that they don’t count the mail-in votes? If you can, then you see the need for reform, I trust.
Daily Kos helps you tell your Congressfolk to cap insulin prices for all Americans. The Inflation Reduction Act capped insulin prices for Medicare patients, since the Senate Parliamentarian ruled that was all they could get through reconciliation, and therein lies the problem: 10 Senate Republicans won’t vote to keep insulin prices low so good Americans don’t go broke paying for a life-saving medicine. I mean, we can’t be the greatest nation on Earth if we let people die because the medicine that’ll save their life is too expensive. So we have to keep on our Congressfolk, and punish them with losing elections if they keep defying our will.
Finally, Color of Change helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 2489, the Martha Wright Prison Phone Justice Act, which would prevent big telecom corporations from gouging prisoners and their families when they try to call each other. Just because prisoners are literally a captive market doesn’t mean we should let big corporations charge them whatever they want for phone calls, and not just because prisoners who stay in touch with their families go back to prison a whole lot less. It’s also fucking cruel. Too much “free” market ideology still infects our politics; we act like “interfering” with the “free” market is sacrilegious, though that's what sacrilegious. So it’s time to get right with God.