A new political party. The basic premise. How do you want me to vote?
E-Dem electronic democracy
Every debate and proposed legislation is to be accessible/readable by every voter on elected persons online and in physical offices. Every voter has the ability to vote on each piece of legislation. The majority of constituent voting is the congresspersons vote on the floor of the chamber. Note: In my opinion, every voter should have the obligation to vote on every continental or global issue. There have been very few stories detailing how campaign contributions by major oligopolies is basically a way to increase profit. Consider the rise of negative campaign adds over the past fifty years, imitated by the new social media platforms. Most of the campaign contributions would be spent, at profitable rates, on the local media outlets. Television advertisements, billboards, newspapers, leaflets, brochures, etc.. The campaigner would want what is now called merch. The hats and clothing and flags sported about by supporters and their needed signs and banners, mostly printed at an affiliated independent corporate entity. Don't think the proverbial, independent local 'mom and pop' shop that supports a candidate, is exempt from this 'support politicians, support profiteers' conspiracy theory. Inevitably something was purchased or transported, which always increases profits. The recipient of the money would feel an obligation to heed the position of the people who remind the congresspersons how much money came from where . Which might lead to votes, by the elected, that support the profitability of the oligopolies. An E-Dem party caucus member would say. “There are XXX thousand voters in my district, the majority want me to vote aye/nay on this bill. This is democracy at work.” “Sorry lobbyists, my constituents told me how to vote.” Proposal for discussion. Non-renewable resources rendered immune from commodity markets.