H.R. 1 is for those in power, not the people
A ballot in the United States is a lot like U.S. currency. It’s a piece of paper that can be used to move value from one place to another.
U.S. currency is driven around in armored trucks, stored in vaults, and protected from counterfeiting by the United States Secret Service.
Ballots, on the other hand, are increasingly being handled as if they were confetti, tossed in many directions because the sight of all that paper flying around gives people a good feeling.