Changes must be social, even if formal and systematized. The politics may follow, but they won’t matter without the social backing coming first.
Thus, it is silly to focus on votes or overturning laws as long as you keep all the liberal, deracinated aspects of modern life in place. If you won’t take the steps to live normally, you can’t expect the political changes to ever happen or be taken up by your children and their children.
It is extremely improbable that normal life can be restored in a generation, and certainly it won’t happen by the next election cycle.
The closest I get to political promotion is pushing people to demand civil service from their civil servants in their local jurisdictions. That is something that one can see huge, major changes in and it’s something people with lots of free time can do right now. In my region of North Cascadia, people are starting to demand this civil service and are seeing good results. Less harassment, reduced regulatory pressure, more opportunities to run sustainable, long-lasting family-staffed businesses that enmesh themselves in their local towns and become strong, wonderful pieces of the community fabric. That’s where political energy would best go, rather than campaigns and candidates.