By implementing a ranked-choice vote for primaries and general elections, people would be encouraged to vote for the candidate whose policies are most aligned with their own, rather than the candidate they think would be most likely to win.
The system is simple: a voter chooses their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice. If one of the candidates received more than 50% of 1st choice votes, they win the election. If not, the candidate with the least votes is eliminated, and anyone who chose that candidate as their 1st choice now has their 2nd choice tallied, and so on until a candidate has 50% of the votes.
As your senator, I would:
Sponsor legislation which legally requires all primaries and general elections to use ranked choice voting.