Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, DN.Y., rolled out a plan Wednesday to provide voters with up to $ 600 worth of vouchers to hand them over to federal candidates for primacy and $ 100 in presidential nominations; Candidates for presidential candidates, members of parliament and senate.
Candidates who accept the money would have to forego donations of more than $ 200 per donor, according to their Clean Elections Plan, which was released too moderately.
The candidate for the 2020 presidential nomination described the plan as "courageous reform to attack the corrupting influence of money at its core."
"My clean electoral plan is a critical structural change that brings a lot of money and special political interests, and ensures that elected officials in Washington are only committed to the people who sent them there," Gillibrand said.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP ] The cap on individual contributions of $ 200 per voter is a significant drop from the current $ 2,800 per-donor limit in primaries and another 2,800 USD in the parliamentary elections.
There are no contribution limits outside of political groups other Democratic presidential candidates for 2020 have promised not to receive any donations from such groups anyway.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.