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Situation: This June I'll be running for NHS President at my school, against a extremely popular girl who also served as a high officer in another large club at our school. I'm very qualified and have the substance and the ability to showcase my honorable character in speeches to the electorate, but sadly she is best friends with most of the educated electorate at my school which will be the electorate of the NHS elections, so my prospects for victory are grim, since the system is already prebiased against me. If we were two complete unknowns to the crowd I would have a much stronger chance of victory, but blind voting always takes place.
Question: How would you all suggest, based on your own experience, that I go about campaigning and achieve victory?