Arizoina, land of John McCain, and Maine had adopted a system of public financing of election campaigns. They were, of course, made illegal by Citizens United. While they were in effect the lobbyists were largely cut out of the equation in those states. Legislators of those states spoke of how they could get from their cars to their offices in a short amount of time, just the time it would take to walk, because the very many, lying in wait to ambush legislators, lobbyists knew enough to leave them alone since they would be wasting their time otherwise. The other legislators, however, took at least a half an hour from car to office as they had to wade through and finnagel with all the lobbyists who would be waiting for them to arrive.
Perhaps Move to Ammend should seek an ammendment not only reversing Citizens United but mandating public financing, as well.