Democratic congressional candidate Zephyr Teachout on Monday released a web video that outlines her view of corruption in politics.

At the same time, Teachout used the video to respond to how Republican John Faso and her campaign refer to her as “professor” — a means of portraying her as an ivory tower academic.

“I’d rather be called Professor, than lobbyist,” Teachout says in the video, a reference to Faso’s post-government work as a lobbyist for an Albany-based law firm.

The video features Teachout knocking the “revolving door” of lobbyists and government officials, which she says has come at the expense of clean water, infrastructure and “working families.”