119th Assembly candidate Dennis Bova Jr. will hold a press conference on Monday that charges local politicians are 'lining their pockets' as they collect tax dollars in New York.

Bova claims he has a plan to prevent corruption through term limits and hiring restrictions and the state level. Bova claims, according to the rerelease, that he "wants tax dollars to go to vital programs, not into the pockets of corrupt politicians and their cronies."

Bova is facing Democrat Maryanne Buttonshaun in next Tuesday's general election.

Here are details for the press conference:

WHAT:      Press Conference on Corruption in Albany

WHEN:      10:30 a.m. Monday, October 29

WHERE:   In front of the Oneida County Courthouse
200 Elizabeth St., Utica, NY 13501