The political club in lower Manhattan linked to former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is coming under scrutiny by activists for its failure to report contributions and the concern his former top aide holds power over the organization.

The group called Grand Street Democrats in New York City is highlighting the complaint to the state Board of Election’s enforcement counsel raising concerns with the activities of the Truman Democratic Club.

“The Truman Club has not filed financial disclosure forms as required by law in at least 18 years,” wrote Jeremy Sherber in a letter of complaint to Enforcement Counsel Risa Sugarman.

“A search of the New York State campaign finance database shows over $84,000 given to the Truman Club by campaign committees that have disclosed their own expenses. The NYC Campaign Finance Board shows close to $7,000 more from City campaigns to the Truman Club over the years. Counting individual and corporate contributions that do not appear in the database, the Truman Club is likely hiding hundreds of thousands of dollars.”

He added: “Voters have the right to know who is supporting political activity in our neighborhood, and how that money is being spent.”

Silver was ousted from office in 2015 after he was found guilty of fraud and other corruption charges. The conviction was vacated on appeal, however, in part due to instructions given to the jury that were found to be incompatible with a Supreme Court ruling on the theft of honest services charges.