Long story short: tell your Congressfolk to pass the Social Security 2100 Act, and tell your Senators to ditch the filibuster and 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.
Demand Progress helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 5723/S. 3071, the Social Security 2100 Act. Republicans sure are getting, ah, courageous about wanting to injure our Social Security benefits – Sen. Ron Johnson (E-WI), running for re-election as we speak, thinks we should make Congress authorize it every year, never mind the promise we made to seniors a lifetime ago, and he also thinks we ought to invest it in index funds, never mind that the stock market goes up and down enough to make you puke. Better to tax the rich harder and invest that money in higher Social Security benefits, as the Social Security 2100 Act would do.
Common Cause helps you tell your Senators to get rid of the damn filibuster already. Yes, that was Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D?-AZ) saying this: “Not only am I committed to the 60 vote threshold, I have an incredibly unpopular view, I actually think we should restore the 60-vote threshold for the areas in which it has been eliminated already.” Indeed, you have “an incredibly unpopular view”! You should be used to that! More to the point, of course, is that it’s an incredibly injurious view – only an aspiring Galaxy Brain would tell us we need even more gridlock, as if Republican filibuster abuse hasn’t been giving the middle finger to the popular will for close to two decades. So, yeah, we need to get in our Senators’ grills about that.
Finally, in a peripherally-related note, Daily Kos helps you tell your Senators to pass H.R. 8404/S. 4556, the Respect for Marriage Act. Our House passed it, it would protect gay and interracial marriage from our Supreme Court, and Justice Thomas has said out loud that our Court should use the Dobbs decision to go after gay marriage, so our Senators need to act, regardless of their “calculations” of Democrat caucus numbers after the midterms. Yeah, it looks good for Senate Democrats, but we’ve heard that before! And the time for justice is always right now, so let’s get in their grills about this, too.