Kevin Bryant on Government Reform
Reforms should include eliminating current ethics loopholes
According to Bryant, his reform package would include the elimination of existing ethics loopholes while also allowing "for the prosecution of a pattern of behavior that is criminal in nature." Basically, Bryant wants prosecutors to
be able to charge anyone suspected of violating multiple state ethics or lobbying laws with racketeering. "It's ultimate effect is to make coordination of crimes its own offense and a felony," Bryant said.
Source: FITSnews.com on 2018 South Carolina Gubernatorial race
, Apr 16, 2018
No limits on campaign donations nor campaign spending
Q: Do you support limiting the following types of contributions to state legislative candidates: Individual contributions?
Q: PAC contributions?
Q: Corporate contributions?
Q: Political Parties' contributions?
Q: Do you support requiring full and timely disclosure of campaign finance information??
Q: Do you support imposing spending limits on state-level political campaigns??
Source: South Carolina Congressional 2008 Political Courage Test
, Nov 1, 2008
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