While reflecting on the 2022 midterm election results I wondered if people understood? In 2020 there were over 130 congressional elections decided by fewer than 50,000 votes, and probably two dozen decided by less than 15,000 votes, some within a few hundred votes, one district was won by only 6 votes. In 2022 there were over 90 districts decided by less than 40,000 votes, with many being similar to 2020, and many being decided by much less than 40,000 (hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands).
OPL doesn’t need to swing a majority of elections to pass its legislation. In 2022 5 districts swings control of the house, and 2 senate districts change control of the senate. There are 5 districts that could swing with less than 15,000 people voting in these districts for one candidate or the other. That means 75,000 people could have decided control of the house.
To pass legislation we create a voter bloc in each district capable of swinging the election from one party to the other, depending on which party supports our legislation. Eventually we expand it improving the certainty of determining control of the house. Where one election we predict 5, the next we may predict 10, the next it may be 20, and so on and so forth until OPL decides control of the house no matter how the public votes.
We unite these people through popular legislative ideas aimed at improving income opportunities and other impediments to liberty. And only OPL can do that because OPL is born out of pure intentions.
OPL creates federal legislative outlines and campaigns across the country. Since our target is federal legislation it means support provided anywhere helps everywhere.
Public policy is directed by political investment. The most relevant difference between political parties is which industries interests will be prioritized in public policy. We bypass the political narrative and force concessions from industry to achieve specific legislation that will lead to quality of life improvements. Democrats vote for Democrats. Republicans vote for Republicans. Others vote based on rhetoric within the political narrative that they mistake for serving their interests. OPL voters decide elections and contribute to public policy decisions