I get a lot of ideas. Zippz' recent discussion of a new non-profit got me doing a little research, and I bumped up against the concept of the SuperPAC.
Unlike a PAC, a SuperPAC doesn't contribute money directly to candidates or campaigns. Nor does it coordinate with campaigns. But it can run its own political advertising. So, rather than campaigning for Bob or against Ted, it could simply run an ad that said "Bob voted to restrict the rights of vegetarians 37 times during his last term." Or "Ted voted against five separate bills to remove sidewalks from downtown Honolulu."
Something like "Protect Our Rights, Hawaii." I haven't spent much time on a catchy title yet. But funding (assuming there were any) would go to pay for media. I have pro tools and pro skills to develop some of the actual content (TV & magazine/newspaper ads). Shouldn't be hard to find someone to help with a snazzy web presence.
Probably a pipe dream. Someone would have to actually go looking for money. But setting it up is alarmingly easy.