Professional Sports model for Political Campaigns

A bill to augment the current campaign system ten fold PDF

A bill to augment the current campaign system ten fold without inflation

1. A bill to augment the current campaign system ten fold (10 X) 1.1. PRESENT

The present system spent $12 X 10^9 campaigning for the 2012 elections 1.2. AUGMENTATION

This bill mints and adds a $1,000 X $10^9 professional sports model for campaigns1

a. INFLATION

b. Inflation is avoided2 via time release allowances through voter & media trust fund distribution

c. EQUITY

•Voter equity increases by five hundred billion dollars ($500 X 10^9) per year

•Media & private sector equity also increase by by five hundred billion dollars ($500 X 10^9) per year3

1.3. FCB

A Federal Campaign Board (FCB.gov) serves as the national governing body or trade association which franchises & oversees the teams

a. COMPOSITION

The Federal Campaign Board is composed of three hundred (300) top rated college & university presidents and oversees one trillion dollars ($10^12) in annual spending.

•CONSENSUS
Voting is repeated until those chosen each get 95% of the vote

•WEIGHTED An additional one hundred and fifty (150) commissioners are pro-rated per population per state and chosen in the same way.

b. CCT

Each state forms a Campaign Commission Team4 (CCT.state.gov) composed or 300 top rated university, college, highs chool, and elementary educators [[thn\ 120* 12 01]]

1.4. BUDGET

•One trillion dollars ($1,000 X 10^9) is equally divided and deposited to the trust accounts of each voter

•2015: Total number of Americans registered to vote, 146,311,000. •$1,000 X 10^9 divided by 146 X 10^6 people = $6.86 X 10^3 per voter

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1.5. TRUE COST BENEFIT RATIOS

The true cost of participating in the CCT debates, forums, ads, panels, door to door surveys, media buy responses, community cleanups, etc shall be itemized and crowd source audited by the FCB.

a. Deviation from market prices shall be noted and credited or debited to the CCT’s FCB league score.

b. Rebid or renegotiation of contracts shall be required [frig/] by the FCB if crowd-source audit finds excessive variance from market norms, and points deducted accordingly from the CCT’s league score.

c. The true cost must include the cost of providing a rebate to each participant equal to the sum of all the other costs per participant of the FCB activity, thereby effectively doubling the cost per participant.

d. Five percent (5%) of the total cost, including rebate, shall be added to the cost per ticket to provide funds to be distributed to the winning CCT.state.gov teams every two years after Federal elections.

•voter participation percentage •voter knowledge
•candidate knowledge •modeling

•simulation competitions •cost benefit optimization •regional problem solving •deficit reduction5

e. The rebate per participant may not exceed three hundred dollars ($300) for any one activity, and the distribution of cost of activities must be such voters need to participate in at least thirty six events during the year to obtain their full rebate of three thousand, four hundred and thirty dollars ($3.43 X 10^3)6

1.6. COMPETITION

a. The value of the true benefits claimed for anyCCT activity shall be crowd source audited by the FCB and may be adjusted upward or downward by the FCB

b. Formulas for cost benefit efficiency, diversity, degree of participation, and what else shall be used to score each CCT.state.gov

c. The winning teams shall qualify for additional rebates pro-rated to each voter to the the degree the voter has participated.

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  2. Cost of living adjustments permitted

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d. Deadlines for sufficient advance ticket sales to pay for the activity shall be published along with the true costs.

e. True costs may be adjusted downwards

f. If enough tickets are sold, the activity will occur.

g. Voters whose participation in the activity is verified shall receive a rebate deposited directly to the their US Treasury voter trust account equal to one half of the ticket price.

h. The cost per participant is effectively doubled when the cost of the rebate to each verified, participating voter is included.7

i. The CCT under FCB oversight shall deposit a full accounting along with the rebate.

j. The total true cost per FCB CCT activity shall not exceed $600

k. After voter participation in a campaign activity is verified, the voter gets a rebate equal to the one half of the amount spent by the voter to participate.

1.7. APATHY

After the elections funds which are left unspent in each voter’s trust account are divided in half. Half is returned to the FCB trust account. Half is left in the voter’s US Treasury voter trust account for the next election where it must be spent before four more elections pass or it will then be returned to the FCB trust account.

1.8. EXAMPLE

A state must schedule at least twelve (12) federally refereed FCB.com debates for presidential candidates.

a. The state CCT.state.gov team publishes a budget proving a cost of $85 to $525 per ticket to attend the debate.

b. Log on. Pay $200 from your US Treasury voter account. c. Enough people buy tickets so the debate is held.
d. Participate in the debate

•verify your presence with your changeable, AOL style voter-email- name@DMV .state.gov

•make comments as the candidates debate
e. Get a $100 rebate deposited to your US Treasury time release allowance account when

your participation is verified.

f. You must participate in at least one of the debates every three months, or you loose credit for your participation. [[thn\]] Medical excuses are accepted.

g. The participation menu gives you other options to participate in panel discussions, email door hanger responses, public library open letter files, toll free 800 numbers… Public voter knowledge questions which from which 20 questions will be randomly chosen for the optional part B of your ballot to win prizes money can’t buy… like a front row seat at

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a NASA launch, or tour of the US dept. Of education, etc.

h. Your rebates of up to $3,430 per year are protected from inflation and kept in your US Treasury voter trust account.

i. To prevent inflation, you can withdraw your US Treasury voter trust account funds for capital improvements, or to spend in depressed areas of the economy. A guide to which sectors are depressed, say travel, or education, or housing, etc. Is available to voters.

j. However, as long as you keep your rebated funds in your inflation protected US Treasury Voter Trust Account, the US government will keeps adding money to the account as necessary so your purchasing power is equal to the purchasing power of your rebates at the time of their deposit.

k. This way instead of everyone spending the money as fast as they can get it, people will see the rebated funds can be saved for important investments like college, or marriage, or child birth, or retirement.

1.9. Five hundred billion dollars is invested in CCT.state.gov campaign activities open equally to each candidate under FCB.gov oversight

Please demonstrate your comprehension of this proposal by upgrading the following review section to be more in compliance with the draft above. Thank you, and please keep in touch.

2. REVIEW
2.1. DEBATES

meet or exceed FCB.gov guidelines 2.2. PRIVACY

a. voters can use

•email-names@DMV .state.gov

•mail & phone forwarding b. candidates can

•Legally change their name

•Must disclose name change 2.3. WEB SITE (S)

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a. Voice sites
b. Media buys
c. Optional FCB.com and CCT.state.gov tests

•voters
•candidates
•news & media pundits

d. Town hall meetings, door hangers, yard signs, public letter forums 2.4. OVERHEAD

a. Voter Trust funds

b. Rebates

c. Timers, judges, referees, officials, transcription, records,

d. Ballot security FCB checked and balanced by state governments

e. Again, inflation at the state level, like at the federal level, is avoided via time release allowances through voter & media trust fund distribution of CCT.state.gov payments.

2.5. EDUCATION

Every two years, the university presidents of each of the fifty states choose three (3) commissioners from among themselves for a total of one hundred and fifty (150) commissioners

2.6. CONSENSUS
Voting is repeated until those chosen each get 95% of the vote

2.7. WEIGHTED An additional one hundred and fifty (150) commissioners are pro-rated per population per state and chosen in the same way.

3. STATES

are like teams. Each state competes regarding

3.1. Voter participation in campaign events

3.2. Periodic voter & candidate knowledge testing

3.3. cost benefit to score candidate and voter participation via debates, responses, town hall meetings, door to door interactions, media ads, etc.

4. MINT

an amount equal to twice (2X) US DOD budget annually and divide it equally among all US voters.

4.1. 2015: Total number of Americans registered to vote, 146,311,000. 4.2. US DOD budget for 2015 = $500 X 10^9
4.3. $500 X 10^9 divided by 146 X 10^6 people = $3.43 X 10^3 per voter

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4.4. Double that to $6.86 X 10^3 per voter, mint and deposit funds to the US Treasury voter trust accounts which may be held in a bank chosen from an approved list by each voter.

4.5. Then use a rebate system so by participating in the US Government regulated debates, forums, ads, panels, door to door surveys, etc. each voter gets a rebate equal to one half the amount disbursed to them, about $3,430 for full participation. [thn\ 120* 12 13]

4.6. After the elections funds which are left unspent in each voter’s trust account are returned in full to the federal campaign events bank account.

5. EXAMPLE

Federally refereed debates for presidential candidates. Log on. Pay $200 from your US Treasury voter account.

6. Participate in the debate by making comments as the candidates debate.

7. Get a $100 rebate deposited to your US Treasury time release allowance account when your participation is verified. You must participate in at least one of the debates every three months.

8. The participation menu gives you other options to participate in panel discussions, email door hanger responses, public library open letter files, toll free 800 numbers… Public voter knowledge questions which from which 20 questions will be randomly chosen for the optional part B of your ballot to win prizes money can’t buy… like a front row seat at a NASA launch, or tour of the US dept. Of education, etc.

9. Your $1,700 in rebates is inflation protected and kept in your US Treasury voter account.

10. To prevent inflation, you can use the funds for capital improvements, or in depressed areas of the economy. A guide to which sectors are depressed, say travel, or education, or housing, etc. Is available to voters.

11. As long as you keep the funds in your inflation protected account, the US government keeps adding money to the account so your purchasing power is equal to the purchasing power of your rebates at the time of their deposit.

12. This way instead of everyone spending the money as fast as they can get it, people will see

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