Two TV stars — “Star Trek’s” George Takei and “Seinfeld’s” Jason Alexander — are joining forces with a crowd-funded super-PAC that aims to “end all super-PACs.”


The pair is among the celeb judges of a video ad contest being held by the Mayday PAC. The contest calls on participants to create 30-second ads about campaign finance reform that could air on national TV.

The nonpartisan Mayday PAC, created by Creative Commons co-founder Larry Lessig and Republican strategist Mark McKinnon, aims to “reduce the influence of money in politics by electing a Congress committed to fundamental reform by 2016,” according to its website.

Both TV vets are politically active; Alexander, known for his role as George Costanza on “Seinfeld,” appeared in a series of ads last year urging New York politicians to pass new campaign finance reform laws.

Takei, a gay rights advocate who played Sulu on "Star Trek," has endorsed a number of gubernatorial and congressional candidates over the years.