We could start by convincing regular voters to make their House and Senate choices from established third party candidates instead of voting against the R or D they most hate; if tens of millions of US voters adopt this strategy in 2024, we could FLUSH hundreds of DC incumbents in a single news cycle:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_third_party_performances_in_United_States_presidential_elections#:~:text=In the 59 presidential elections,supported Federalist policies and was
"In the 59 presidential elections since 1788, third party or independent candidates have won at least 5.0% of the vote or garnered electoral votes 12 times (21%); this does not count George Washington
, who was elected as an independent in 1788–1780 and 1792, but who largely supported Federalist policies and was supported by Federalists.
"The last third-party candidate to win a state was George Wallace
of the American Independent Party
in 1968, while the last third-party candidate to win more than 5.0% of the vote was Ross Perot
, who ran as an independent and as the standard-bearer of the Reform Party
in 1992 and 1996, respectively; the closest since was Gary Johnson
in 2016, who gained 3.3% of the vote running as the Libertarian nominee.
"The most recent third-party candidates to receive an electoral vote were Libertarian Ron Paul
and Sioux Nation
independent Faith Spotted Eagle
who received a vote each from faithless electors
Imho, this is a political longshot today, but it never existed prior to the Internet.