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A Smidgen of Spending
July 15th, 2009

Comptroller and mayoral contender Bill Thompson has spent about $2.4 million on his run for higher office, according to campaign finance filings released today.

That is just 6 percent of the $36.6 million spent so far by the Bloomberg re-election camp. Councilmember Tony Avella, the long, long shot for the Democratic ticket, has spent about $202,000 of the approximately $260,000 he has raised.

Below is Thompson’s new spending via Scribd (login needed):

Thompson Spending

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