“This past week, we saw that one party unanimously wanted to protect the vote and the other party didn’t even want to debate it. Senate Republicans’ obstruction is shameful, but it’s not the end of the story and it’s not the end of our fight, and I’m grateful to Indivisible groups from across the Commonwealth who are gathering together to focus on the importance of our democracy,” said Senator Casey. “Across the Nation, voter suppression efforts have one thing in common, preventing our black and brown communities from exercising their hard-won right to vote. Voting is a foundational pillar of our democracy and the Senate has a moral duty to protect it and remove barriers to voting. I’m going to keep working with my colleagues to pass voting rights legislation.”