Only Democrats have engaged in this subject
From Rep. Williams, representing Georgia

Georgians are used to fighting to participate in our democracy. But my first job is to make it easier to vote, not harder.

I introduced #HR1 and the #FreedomToVoteAct. Both included #AutomaticVoterRegistration to remove one barrier to the ballot box.

Cited source — ajc.com
From Rep. Allred, representing Texas

The Texas voter suppression law is disenfranchising voters by rejecting thousands of mail ballots in this year’s primary.

This is unacceptable.

The Senate must pass the #FreedomToVoteAct.

From Sen. Hollen, representing Maryland

On this 57th anniversary of #BloodySunday, let’s remember John Lewis and his fellow marchers not by words alone, but by re-dedicating ourselves to the cause for which they were beaten bloody. We must not rest until we enact the #FreedomtoVoteAct & the #JohnLewisVotingRightsAct.

From Rep. Garcia, representing Texas

The right to vote is absolutely critical to our democracy.

@HouseDemocrats passed the #FreedomtoVoteAct to ensure every American has equal access to the ballot box. I urge my Senate colleagues to finish the job and stop #votersuppression hurting our communities.

From Rep. Soto, representing Florida

Honored to attend a #MLKDay  event with @hainescity yesterday. Proud to announce our votes for #FreedomToVoteAct & #JohnLewis #VotingRightsAct. We will keep up the fight on voting rights for every American! 🇺🇸 🗳

From Sen. Gillibrand, representing New York

Citizens United opened the floodgates to dark money that is corrupting our democracy. We must pass the #FreedomToVoteAct to get dark money out of our elections and shine a light on who is trying to influence and manipulate our democracy.

From Sen. Hollen, representing Maryland

So where did the current Senate Rule come from? It is a total invention of Senators that empowers a minority of Senators by disempowering the overwhelming majority of the American people. That’s what it is.

How it looks in the context of the #FreedomtoVoteAct?

IN FAVOR: A duly elected President who won over 80 million votes; a majority of House of Reps, & 50 Senators representing 62% of the American people

OPPOSED: a minority of Senators representing a minority of the country.

From Rep. Lawrence, representing Michigan

The #FreedomToVoteAct:
🔘strengthens vote by mail
🔘establishes Election Day as a national holiday
🔘expands ballot access
🔘ends partisan gerrymandering
The right to vote is at stake, and we must defend it.

Cited source — freedomtovote-cha.house.gov
From Sen. Hollen, representing Maryland

Don’t be fooled: the filibuster is NOWHERE to be found in our Constitution. But you know what is? Clear rules for when a 2/3 vote is required. The Founders specified those cases where a supermajority vote is required. It doesn't apply to passing bills like the #FreedomToVoteAct.

From Sen. Cardin, representing Maryland

Republican legislatures and governors have responded to the falsehoods of the 2020 election by restricting voting accessibility. The #BigLie has directly led to the disenfranchisement and suppression of the right to vote of millions of Americans.

Republicans want to make it harder for people to vote while the #FreedomtoVoteAct provides a basic federal “floor” protecting the right to vote. It includes commonsense items such uniform early voting; same-day voter registration; voting-by-mail, drop box and voter ID standards.