Every year at AD we always get into debates and discussions whenever the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announce their new classes. Over time, with mixed reception many acts/bands have been inducted that came from genres and backgrounds that wouldn't be considered "rock n roll," in effect possibly slowly evolving the RNRHOF into a "Pop Music Hall of Fame." So this means even more acts (and beyond just "rockers") are becoming eligible as the years pass, and the debates will get even deeper.
So yes mention the people who should get in and if possible, argue for why they should.
Now I found this list of acts that will become first-time eligible for next year's class (or 25 years after their first released recordings.) The one that sticks out like a sore thumb for me is Nirvana. I'll take a safe bet and say they get in on the first ballot.
But there's many other singers/groups who've been waiting in the wings for induction, but so far not voted in. N.W.A., Joan Jett, Kraftwerk, Deep Purple, KISS, Chic, and many more that I can't remember at the moment. (Hopefully none will die before getting in, as what unfortunately happened with Donna Summer.)
Honestly I'm surprised The Cars haven't gotten in yet. The HOF have already inducted people from the New Wave era already, and not exactly a bold suggestion that the Cars were one of the notable groups from that genre/era. You can't write a history on New Wave without them. 13 Top 40 hits in America, 4 of them Top 10 hits, a good many are staples of classic rock radio, a unique trademark sound marriage of synth and rock.