They're back at it.
The super PAC to end all super PACs – Mayday PAC– has started its 2015 grassroots efforts to lobby members of Congress to pass campaign finance reform laws.
You might remember that Mayday PAC was started in 2014 by Harvard Law School professor, author, and activist Lawrence Lessig, in part to get candidates elected to Congress who are willing to change the way campaigns are funded.
Things didn't go as planned. Nearly every candidate the group supported in last fall's elections failed. As the Mayday website says, "… in the campaigns, we didn't move the ball far enough. So in 2015, we're doing something different."
The group now wants to help voters connect with the members of Congress it has selected as "potential leaders." It is asking supporters to sign a letter to the 47 congressional members "who Mayday believes could be the key to unlocking a majority," according to a PAC statement.
“Our invitation to members of Congress is simple: That they answer the call for leadership from their constituents and step up and lead,” Lessig said in the statement.