Democratic candidate for attorney general Leecia Eve on Friday unveiled an anti-corruption platform that includes election and campaign finance reforms as well.

Eve wants to end the oft-maligned Joint Commission on Public Ethics and replace it with a non-partisan commission and would push to create early voting and automatic voter registration.

She also wants to close the loophole that allows unlimited donations through a web of limited liability companies.

And she wants “no-excuse” absentee balloting applications.

At the same time, the platform includes a plan to investigate and prosecute sexual harassment in state government support for banning outside income for state lawmakers while also increasing legislators’ salaries.

Nearly all of the proposals would require legislation and approval from the governor.

“New York State has been a progressive leader in ensuring our rights as citizens are protected, from civil rights to the women’s rights movement and the LGBTQ community, among others,” Eve said.

“As Attorney General, I will fearlessly and effectively continue in this tradition,” said Leecia Eve. “But when it comes to our voting laws and issues of corruption and campaign finance, we have a long way to go – and that’s on us.”

Eve is running in a four-way primary for the Democratic nomination for attorney general, a race that includes New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and Zephyr Teachout.