My No. 3 change would be to get rid of campaign money.
Nor is the President's party likely to lose much campaign money.
Voters know he shot the moon on campaign money, too.
The President, after all, has campaign money in the bank.
He could use campaign money or a legal defense fund.
He has spent almost $100,000 in campaign money over the years to fund trips to California.
All told, more than 80 percent of campaign money has come from outside the state.
The bill would also require 60 percent of all campaign money to be raised from individuals in a candidate's home state.
Each candidate has raised well over $1 million in campaign money.
Some of his campaign money could be applied to a Presidential race.