1. Physical Transparency. This would be a full length nude photograph of each candidate – front and back. Let's get it over with. This would avoid any embarrassing issues later similar to the #AnthonyWeiner debacle or the exposure of selfies sent before the campaign.
2. Financial Transparency. Each candidate must reveal how much of their campaign is funded by Super-PACs and who is funding the Super-PACs. This is, of course, a form of legal bribery.
3. Weird Family Ties Transparency. Every family has a weird relative who may embarrass a candidate. Candidates should warn voters now. That would include people like #BillClinton, husband of #HillaryClinton, and #GeorgeBush, brother of #JebBush , (should I mention #Bush Sr.?).
4. Extra Marital Affairs Transparency. The candidates might as well reveal the names and photographs of all their lovers, former and present. The media will soon discover them any way. Jilted lovers of the rich and famous usually write the tell-all books about now.
5. Questionable E-mails Transparency. Everyone at one time or another has sent out an e-mail and later regretted sending it. It will some how surface during the campaign. Candidates should publish all their e-mails to avoid embarrassment. Scandals like #BridgeGate (#ChrisChristie) are often revealed through e-mails.
6. Sexual Orientation Transparency. Gender definition has expanded over the last few years. Voters may be confused as to the correct gender of a candidate. Candidates should disclose if they are heterosexual, homosexual, transsexual, bisexual, nonsexual, unisexual, un-sexual, occasionally sexual, or just plain not sure. That should clarify things (oops, a pun).
If you think of others, please comment.