That’s for the primary, as of Dec. 31. Including the general election, it’s $12.7 million. No doubt, this is aimed at stifling the “Is Rudy Broke?” stories likely to emerge from reports that he’s cutting salaries and asking some top staffers to work without pay in an effort to plough all resources into Florida.
UPDATE: I just went back and saw that Giuliani had $11.6 million cash on hand through the third quarter, which means that he bled $4.6 million in Q4. His head fake in NH was costly and unnecessary in the end.
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