There needs to be a way for someone to naturally—whether I’m interested in [politics or not]—be able to help with what is important. With what needs to be done. Having to go to a poll or having to go somewhere to register and to vote and being in line and waiting outside [all day]…that is, what I think, really turns off people. We can’t do it electronically, but we have apps like Postmates, we have apps like Uber and Lyft. We even have Weed Maps. They come to you. Why can’t [they] come to us and we sign whatever we need to sign, we fill out our paperwork to [to vote]? We can create an app for people to come to us. It [can be] that simple..if we can take the stress out of [the voting process] It’s important. That’s the point of apps and technology. It’s to make things easier for us and without compromise. …We would obviously have to have funding for such a thing, but if they have funding for…weed deliver apps and for people that can bring your food to you…why can’t you bring my papers that I can vote with?