Steven Olikara, a Wisconsin Democrat, is running for the US Senate seat

He’s 32, running for public office for the first time, and hasn’t even slipped up in the polls.

But the Democratic US Senate candidate Steven Olikara has big ideas for shaking up the “political business model”.

Term limitation? It’s for her.

Open primaries and ranking list election? Absolutely.

Fundraising while Congress is in session? He would forbid it.

“We have a system of legalized bribery in Congress today,” Olikara said in an interview as he rolled out his “government agenda.”

A Brookfield native, Olikara is a University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate who left his job to run for the US Senate. He was the founder and executive director of the Millennial Action Project, a Washington-based nonprofit dedicated to “post-partisan political collaboration.”

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