(WASHINGTONPOST) — MOUNT VERNON, Iowa -- Newly-minted presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton rolled into this quaint hamlet billed as "America's Coolest Small Town" on Tuesday afternoon, drawing scores of excited onlookers and promising to roll out a series of policy proposals in the weeks to come.
In a brief interview with The Washington Post, Clinton said she had developed a plan to overhaul the way money is spent in political campaigns. Earlier in the day she said she wanted to fix the country's "dysfunctional" campaign finance system, even backing a constitutional amendment if necessary.
Asked about her campaign finance agenda, Clinton said, "We do have a plan. We have a plan for my plan."
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