Make gerrymandering of districts illegal. The only criteria that voting districts should be based upon is geographical location. Current redistricting policies only serve to disenfranchise voters of both parties, decrease the effectiveness of our democratic process, and encourage partisan divisions.
Comprehensive election reforms. A law forbidding corporations from funding elections in any form and a limit on individual spending. National day off for all citizens to vote. National standards for voter eligibility, with specific prohibitions against restrictions designed to suppress specific types of voters.
Mandatory recusal by U.S. Supreme Court Judges on any case with conflicts of interest. This is already the law everywhere else, but for some reason does not apply to judges/attorneys serving in the U.S. Supreme Court. This would prevent judges who were previously attorneys for corporations to vote on cases involving those corporations. i.e. Clarence Thomas used to work for Monsanto, yet he still votes on all of Monsanto's cases (and always sides with them).
Since corporations have been deemed people, make them have to announce their citizenship (citizenship based on where the official HQs is) & if they're not American then they shouldn't have the ability to donate to campaigns since they can not vote like a live person. Human foreigners can not vote in American elections & corporations that relocate overseas shouldn't be able to influence American elections.
Prosecute people who intentionally try to trick potential voters from voting (e.g. the Koch brothers). False absentee ballots were sent out to people. Billboard ads told people the wrong voting date. Some insinuated they could get arrested for voting. I see this as TREASON (against the Constitution).
END GERRYMANDERING. At the state level, attempt to implement Iowa or California-style nonpartisan distracting commissions . On the national level, pass a bill in congress requiring that all US House districts be drawn by such a commission, either one implemented by the individual states or, in states which refuse to do so, a federal one (using congress's constitutionally delegated power to regulate its own elections)
Stop the revolving door between government and corporations! Corporations control many of our Federal Government Agencies by placing their people in positions of authority. For example Wall Street controls the Treasury and Federal reserve and Pharmaceutical companies control the Food & Drug Administration. They don't represent Middle Class America! We need politicians in office like Elizabeth Warren to speak out and force change.
Preserve self-government by passing a law to regulate out-of-district money in elections. More than two-thirds of money for congressional campaigns comes from outside of the district, and the majority of that money comes from seven zip codes. This means that campaigns and candidates have less and less to do with the place they represent, and more and more to do with national elites. This has undermined new people with new ideas coming into politics.
Limit the amount of money politicians can spend on elections. The incredible amounts spent now could feed the poor, house the homeless, allow people to get the dental and mental health assistance they need, etc. Instead of being greedy, they need to think of the people who can't live the way they do and work harder and take pay cuts.
Enact/enforce laws that prohibit government from borrowing money from the National Social Security Fund for any reason except to pay qualified retirees. The government has been borrowing money from the Social Security Fund for years, using our money for unrelated expenses in other aspects of the federal budget. This money should not be allowed to be taken from the Fund for any other reason than to pay retirees who have reached at least age 59.5 years old.