I believe, very strongly, about fiduciary duties toward constituents just the same as financial advisors or realtors have toward their clients. Representatives should put the interest and welfare of their constituents first before self-interests and the interests of the Party. Laws that are enacted, amendments that are added or nullified and regulations should be made to the benefit of the district, the state and the country.
To perform fiduciary duties, representatives need to communicate, in real-time, with their constituents to know what their interests are and what issues are affecting the district. Voting on legislation and committee matters should be done with the consent of the constituents, which, will be achieved via two-way communications and whereby trust and accountability will be established.