If you are willing to think strategically and work together, you have a path towards electoral pluralism sooner rather than later.
This is a pretty simple matter.
There are districts with low average margins of victory well within the number of libertarians in said area.
You can force the major parties to pay attention to you in a time where they are both terrified of each other.
You WILL NOT make significant strides voting third party or not voting at all.
But if you agree that the major parties are rigging the rules somewhat and using it for explicit monetary gain there is a way to fight that.
You have the ability to decide the balance of power in the United States.
All you have to do is work strategically.
If Democrats are regularly getting 25 votes and republicans are regularly getting 23 votes and libertarians are regularly getting 6 votes, why are you not trading those votes for anything?
Legislative considerations? Money? Honestly whatever you want.
You will never win with your handful of votes, but you CAN threaten the major parties by offering that vote to the other side.
And the smaller the margin the easier this is.
I have come up with a way to do that legally. Join r/votebreaker.
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