Bring down the power
The word power is drenched in ambivalence.
Power seeking is supposed to be terrible and politically incorrect and so any desire to want and keep power remains steeped in fear and disdain.
Nothing gets done without power. Nothing noteworthy anyway. The Black Power revolution required the power to mobilise resources and people. The reinvigorated UNC required a powerful momentum led by one woman who had to dig deep and find the power of her voice to stand agaisnt her maixmum leader.
Power comes from their ability to build a reputation, (good or bad), to create efficient and effective networks of social relations, (yes, CPEP workers included) to act and speak in ways that build influence (We will rise) and create and employ resources-things that voters want and need.
Power is about moving the masses toward one belief. Come May 24th your role to overcome its ambivalence.