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MAYDAY is a national grassroots organization seeking to reduce the influence of money in politics. Spawned as “the Super PAC to end all Super PACs”, MAYDAY is on a valiant mission to overturn Citizens’ United and better ensure fair elections.

They’re seeking to elect lawmakers, grow grassroots support, and win over skeptics. They’ve had some progress at the city and state level, but to be successful, there’s no doubt they will need to gain the support of federal lawmakers.

Nathan is the founder of Millennial Politics and a concerned citizen who hopes to inspire others to get involved in our democracy. He is on the Executive Committee of the Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats, and you can find him on Twitter @NathanHRubin.
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