Steven Foti (December 3, 1958) is a Wisconsin politician and legislator. Born in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, Foti was a real estate salesman and ex-bartender before serving in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1983 until 2003. Foti was named majority leader by Assembly Republicans in 1997. After leaving the Wisconsin Legislature in 2005, Foti became a lobbyist. In 2006, Foti was convicted of the misuse of campaign funds. He served a 60-day jail sentence and paid $57,935 in restitution. He was also given two years of probation and ordered to perform 240 hours of community service.
- Walters, Steven (March 28, 2006). "Foti gets 60-day term in jail: Judge doubles sentence that prosecutors sought". The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
- Walters, Steven; Forster, Stacy (March 4, 2006). "Foti tells of caucus' campaign work: He says Jensen, an old friend, gave out assignments". The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
- http://www.legis.state.wi.us/LRB/pubs/im/09im2.pdf[permanent dead link]
- Treleven, Ed (July 11, 2008). "COURT REPORT: Former legislator Steven Foti allegedly owes more than $80,000 in legal bills". Wisconsin State Journal.
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