Most of our digital organizing focuses on candidates and organizations; by contrast, we don’t do much about digital organizing around policy proposals. For example, a simple survey for keywords like “green new deal,” “student loan forgiveness,” and “medicare for all” shows that only the last policy has a dedicated website. These are all fairly well-known policy proposals, yet there is no place for someone who supports these ideas to find a place to get involved. Perhaps relatedly, these proposals tend to be housed in a legislative office, rather than an outside organization. Creating dedicated organizations whose sole mission is to push these policy proposals forward would help to centralize digital organizing around them. Kenneth Pennington discusses the use of microsites to support individual pieces of legislation in his Great Battlefield interview, at the 16:31 mark.