Brian Miller calls himself an anti-corruption champion. Let’s look at the facts:
His campaign cheated its way on to the Conservative Party line https://www.cityandstateny.com/articles/politics/campaigns-elections/voters-question-petition-signatures-assemblyman-brian-miller
His legislative staffer–paid with taxpayer dollars–was arrested on 5 counts of felony forgery for fraud that benefitted Miller’s campaign https://www.cityandstateny.com/articles/politics/campaigns-elections/former-assemblyman-miller-staffer-arrest-forged-petitions
In October, six constituents filed a campaign finance violation complaint for what appear to be a combination of unpaid loans, cash donations, and in-kind donations from Michael Waterman in 2016 totaling $13,500, in excess of the legal limit.
After taking $17,000 in campaign loans and another $5000 in donations from the Waterman family, Mr. Miller turned around and paid Mr. Waterman over $37,000 with taxpayer money in 2017 as his part-time Chief of Staff. The loans have not been repaid.