1. To interfere with organizations (typically political clubs on college campuses) you are no longer affiliated with. The interference is usually unwelcome and typically the term is used in a derogatory manner.
2. To bungle a political campaign due to complete and utter incompetence.
Word Origin - from the principle partner of Mays and Associates political consulting "firm" in Roseville, CA.
1. Chris pulled a 'Mays' when he interfered with the club years after he left the college.
2. She would have won the election if her campaign manager hadn't pulled a Mays.