Election spending should be capped and anonymous donations banned in Isle of Man Elections, the Manx Government has proposed.
The island's Council of Ministers has published a series of proposals for reforming the electoral system in a consultation document.
The plans were produced after a review of election funding by a panel set by the council's Governance Committee.
The consultation period ends on 21 January.
The candidates would face a spending cap of £2,000 plus 50p per voter in a constituency.
A ban on anonymous donations to candidates would also extend to political parties or other organisations, such as trade unions, who back a candidate.
Other proposed measures include the public disclosure of all donations by House of Keys members, and allowing political adverts on Manx Radio.