I’M SPONSORED BY… Should Candidates Wear Donor Sponsor Logos?

A California businessman is trying to expose the influence of money in politics by getting an initiative on the November ballot that would require state legislators to wear the logos of their top donors — NASCAR-style.

The Name All Sponsors California Accountability Reform initiative (NASCAR for short) is being led by businessman John Cox, also a former Republican congressional and White House candidate who says “big money in politics has gone too far.”

“Candidates on both sides raise enormous amounts of money, then become beholden to those who give it to them,” Cox told FoxNews.com on Wednesday.

Cox has until April 26 to get 365,880 valid signatures to qualify to get on the ballot and has vowed to spend $1 million of his own cash.