Except for the public's own bias towards the familiar,
this amendment will eventually resolve incumbency advantage altogether.
Section 2 requires fair contest in elections.
Amendment XXVIII, (proposed), Section 1:
"[...]In public view Congress,
but neither candidates nor sponsors of bills,
will first allocate [...]"
No matter how well administered, government control of funding risks abuse by incumbents.
by enforcing public control.
by increasing the vote and adding an abstention option.
seldom as well known as incumbents, they may be at a disadvantage in media coverage.
Amendment XXVIII (proposed), Section 5:
"A candidate who knowingly benefits from bribery, political fraud or coercion will forfeit the office."
‘Political fraud’ also covers voter fraud,
which is far less likely when it risks a preferred candidate’s election.