On Tuesday, Attorney General Eric Holder said the United States should automatically register “every eligible voter in America” by coordinating modern technology and existing databases that are available, while insisting in-person voter fraud rarely occurs.

In a speech at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, Holder said “modern technology provides ways to address many of the problems that impede the efficient administration of elections.”

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hold hearings on “the state of the right to vote” on December 19; any changes to the nation’s voting laws would need Congressional approval.