State Assembly candidate Keith Batman on Thursday outlined his plan to crack down on corruption in state government.
Speaking at a news conference in Auburn, Batman called for stronger ethics reforms and leadership for Central New York. He tells Finger Lakes News Radio ethics are not just about breaking the law.
He adds there are four cornerstones to his reform plan.
The Democrat currently serves on the Cayuga County Legislature, and is running against incumbent Republican Gary Finch, who has represented the 126th Assembly District since 1999.
Batman says Finch has had his own ethics blunders and has said in the past that “…10,12 years would be the max if you’re going to term limit a member of the assembly,”