Putting an End to Public Corruption

Phil Steck’s background in politics and government is different. Phil served for 12 years in local government and was involved as a volunteer in his local community. Until his election to The Assembly in 2012, he was never involved in government or politics at the State level.

He is not beholden to any powerful interests that already exist in State government. While in office, his loyalty has been solely and exclusively to the voters that put him there.

“Elected officials should work for the people, not themselves. I will continue to fight against corruption in Albany until our state government is as good as the people we represent.”


Phil has fought to put an end to public corruption:

  • Co-sponsored a bill to strip pensions from crooked politicians.
  • Created a misconduct tip line to report crimes committed by public officials.
    Call 1-800-877-ETHICS or visit reportmisconduct.ny.gov to file a report.
  • Authored a bill for independent investigation of allegations of sexual harassment in state government.