The Mica Action Group says it intends to set up a political party.
Campaigners say homeowners affected by the crumbling block scandal are being ignored by politicians and won't allow it to continue any longer.
Activists have issues with the 100% redress scheme which is capped at €420,000.
Homes in four counties - Mayo, Donegal, Clare and Limerick - are covered by the scheme which is worth €2.7 billion.
In a statement from action groups from five counties affected by pyrite and mica, they said they have "exhausted all avenues to work with local and national government to no avail."
They continue to say, "it is our intention to run candidates in all affected counties in the Local and National Elections.
"Four counties are now on the Defective Concrete Block Scheme. However, we know based on our research, this problem is manifesting in 13 counties so far.
"We will be making contact with victims in these other affected counties to establish Action Groups and asking each group to work under the umbrella of this New Political Party.
"We will also be making contact with campaigners who are fighting in our cities for remediation of thousands of defective apartments and townhouses.
"We will now mobilise our campaign towards running candidates in each of the 13 affected counties and major cities and we are confident, we will succeed."