Yes, we're a bit late to the punch on this coming 2020 election cycle, but what is so surprising is that WRITE-IN voting isn't a gigantic challenge in more states than most know of. It's pretty simple... if you have the best candidate that commits to your interests and doesn't tow the party line (your option), already has a decent base, can gain the ability to obtain more and do what is needed to pull in further support from other demographics of other political party's, then the challenge is not as great. Besides the nine states that are against the Constitution and are non-democratic (HI, LA, NM, OK, SC, SD & MS), if you see this spreadsheet above you'll realize that although there are a few hurdles... Non Party Voters can make a difference and/or eventually advance a Non Party Voters Amendment to have all states legally give U.S. Voting Republic the right to WRITE-IN whomever they want during the U.S. general election cycle in every U.S. state.
It’s time for the 99% to find, build and create our own Public Servant. One that will commit to a binding contract that if they do not continue to push and fight for our interests, our needs and our platform then we’ll fire them on the spot, and find somebody that will! We’re not waiting for another political savior party to come down from the heavens, prop up their stooge and give us what we kind of need, maybe want or somewhat could be okay with. No, we will build our own candidate that will stand and defend what the 99% (whatever the majority wants) demands. Then and only then will we obtain any and all resources (money, people & support etc.) to propel that individual into the political arena with sword and shield in hand, fighting for all of us.
Under Article V of the Constitution, there are two ways to propose and ratify amendments to the Constitution. To propose amendments, two-thirds of both houses of Congress can vote to propose an amendment, or two-thirds of the state legislatures can ask Congress to call a national convention to propose amendments. To ratify amendments, three-fourths of the state legislatures must approve them, or ratifying conventions in three-fourths of the states must approve them.
The Supreme Court has said that ratification must be within "some reasonable time after the proposal." Beginning with the 18th amendment, Congress traditionally set a definite period for ratification. In the case of the 18th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd amendments, the period set was seven years, but there has been no determination as to just how long a "reasonable time" is. ...possible but tough, so baby steps or state by state is the better option.
HR 1, also known as the “For The People Act,” is sold & marketed as a way to get money out of politics and to protect voters, but it contains several poison pills for democracy. Most alarmingly, HR1 quintuples the amount of money 3rd, 4th, 5th U.S. party presidential campaigns will be required to raise to qualify for federal matching funds: from $5,000 in each of 20 states to $25,000 per state. We must create our own as they will never allow a 3rd party to rise up between the 2 party oligarchy - we have to do it ourselves.