No more last-second attempts to thwart the vote. No more letting it get caught up in the legal system just before an election. If you're serious about election reform, then NOW is the right time to do it.
You want voter ID laws? Ok then, how do you plan on realistically getting an ID in the hands of every eligible voter before the next National election? Gotta start soon, or you run the risk of disenfranchising many citizens, and this is not acceptable.
Also, is there a good case to be made for streamlining and standardizing the ballots/ voting machines? I think there is.
Shouldn't there be a record for voters to keep, to verify their participation in any election? Not all systems have this.
Is it not reasonable to only make decisions that give the most people possible the chance to vote? Should there be an effort to make sure as few votes as possible are left out? Wouldn't this give more credibility to whoever/whatever wins?
Again, this needs to be addressed ASAP. The longer the wait, the less credible anyone coming forward with 11th hour "solutions" in the form of challenges to the current system becomes.