New Literature: Cleaning up Albany starts with electing the right person for the job.
“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 Steck has ZERO tolerance for political corruption. He supports stripping corrupt public officials of their taxpayer-funded salaries and benefits and making them pay restitution.
Passed legislation banning elected officials convicted of corruption from holding public office or doing business with the state and giving judges the power to order them to pay restitution.
Authored a bill for the independent investigation of sexual harassment allegations in government.
Phil Steck helped create a misconduct tip line to report crimes committed by public officials. You can call 1-800-87-ETHICS or visit reportmisconduct.ny.gov to report corruption.