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How can help the candidate. is protected by the First Amendment, because it only organizes petitions legislators. As a result, a candidate, who supports legislation that promotes, can now offer their constituents a potential opportunity to profit, when their constituents contribute to them, bid for a fair payment for their lobbying efforts, when they lobby their legislator for policies that save consumers money and protect their lives.

The auctions will be crucial to the survival of our country, because it has the most theoretically effective way to fight corruption (See the “Incorruptible Legislatures” button on the web site) and because we will face enormous crises, including Climate Change, social security, the collapsing dollar, terrorism, HIV, budget deficits, etc., for which is uniquely suited. For example, many states had budgetary crises during economic downturn. These budgetary crises forced the states to barrow money and lowered their credit ratings, which cost their citizens in greater interest costs and in higher rates for those greater interest payments. would sponsor legislation that would require states to place revenues in an escrow account, which could only be spent in times of recession, depression and declared war. If this approach might provide savings for citizens from those extra interest costs. The contributing constituents would then lobby to drive this legislation through their legislature. If they were successful, the savings from less interest costs and interest income generated from the escrow account would help pay the candidate’s lobbying contributor, who participated in the auction process to save consumers’ money. is a constituent based system. Only the candidate’s constituents, who contribute to a candidate’s campaign, can participate in the primary and general election level of auctions. Non-contributors can participate in session level auctions, which do not require contributions and which may or may not hold. Non-constituents, who contribute to a candidate can not participate in any auctions for that candidate. Only constituents can participate and receive a return for the campaign contributions and for their lobbying efforts!

Telling Constituents How to Participate

To participate in the auction process, a candidate’s constituent must register with and they must make a contribution to a candidate. Their campaign contribution must be on file with the state election commission.

When a candidate is elected, the contributing constituent can lobby for legislation sponsored by in the primary and general election auctions, if their bids are low enough.

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