Let’s suppose we run for US Congress. Or the state legislature.
Not being the only person with the same idea, we’ll probably put together a campaign run by professionals. We’ll have to match the budgets of many opponents during the primary and finally one well-financed opponent on Super Tuesday.
Our attorney says we have financial support from several publicly traded or privately held corporations.
The corporate lawyers have drafted a set of bills and our team is excitedly working on a synthesis of the best ideas.
We have to write our own speeches but they delivered a set of talking points to complete our case.
We’ll submit and promote the bills. Here is a schedule list of people we will be contacting, some at elegant dinner parties, some working sessions with a university, a caucus or two, some golf, and the vote on the bill itself.
Follow the schedule in detail or next Super Tuesday they will fund only our opponent.