A Democratic challenger to U.S. Senator Thom Tills has unveiled a plan to battle political corruption. Cal Cunningham released a list of campaign specifics on Wednesday.
Cunningham says he'll fight for fair and secure elections and scaling back the influence of corporate political donations if he wins next year.
The former state legislator and Iraq War veteran unveiled reforms that jibe with his priority to fight "rampant corruption" in Washington.
Cunningham wants greater disclosure by super PACs and other independent expenditure groups. He supports a five-year waiting period before outgoing members of Congress and presidential Cabinets can be lobbyists. And Cunningham wants to reinstate U.S. Justice Department reviews of election law changes in areas with histories of discrimination.
Nonpartisan redistricting and aggressive monitoring of overseas interference of U.S. elections also make Cunningham's to-do list