Special Interest Groups: Friend or Foe?

If you’ve come here to this website, you are an interest group: interest groups should not conjure up a vision of something bad.  Force Multiplier is often used as a a military term I like to use: it refers to an attribute or a combination of attributes which make a given force more effective than that same force would be without it. The expected size increase required to have the same effectiveness without that advantage is the multiplication factor. For example, if a certain technology like GPS enables a force to accomplish the same results of a force five times as large but without GPS, then the multiplier is five. Such estimates are used to justify an investment cost for force multipliers. A force multiplier refers to a factor that dramatically increases (hence “multiplies”) the effectiveness of an item or group. in our example, It occurs when A key to your successful campaign is to find an interest group that may not share your reasoning for your campaign but they do support a bill or candidate for perhaps another or similar reason.

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