Voting Made Easier
It occurred to me that if voting were easier more of the 80 million non voters might vote. I don't know if either party would want that, but certainly the technology is there.
A secure site, using an easily obtained voter ID number (maybe tied to your Social), and a reasonable window of days prior to that first Tuesday in which to log in and cast your vote. A non-partisan and non-government entity could manage and secure the site, avoiding any hint of incumbent tinkering (and guaranteeing that the site would actually work).
Libraries could double as digital polling stations, and we could still have the physical locations, like people's garages and firehouses as we do now.
There is something valuable about that walk to the polling place, greeting your neighbors. We could keep it, but supplement it with digital voting that would eliminate a lot of moving paper great distances. 80 million is a lot more voters, some of which might be enticed to vote digitally.
People in hospitals, in nursing homes, troops overseas, would be better served by this system than a paper absentee ballot.
Voter Fraud? Sure, we have some now, but make it a felony, with no possibility for achieving citizenship for immigrants caught voting illegally, go to the head of the deportation line, and put prosecution in the hands of an independent entity instead of a politicized Justice Department.