Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is nudging investors in Wynn Resorts to use their leverage as shareholders to have the company disclose its direct and indirect political spending.

DiNapoli has filed a shareholder request as the trustee of the state’s pension fund to have the company disclose the spending, which is due to be voted on Wednesday.

“Corporate spending on political causes is inherently risky, and the stakes are raised when it’s done behind closed doors,” DiNapoli said. “Shareholders have the right to know if their investment dollars are being spent on political agendas that are not in the company’s best interest.”

Steve Wynn, a national Republican fundraiser, stepped down from the CEO position at the company in February after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct.

New York’s pension fund holds shares valued at $32.8 million in Wynn Resorts as of last month.