Andrew Cuomo raised $500,075 in the last six months, leaving him with $803,883.74 on hand, according to his latest campaign finance filing. He transferred $416,366.55 from the campaign fund he used when seeking his current office, Andrew Cuomo for Attorney General, Inc.
Contributors who donated $10,000 include 1199 SEIU, the NYS Council of Hotel, Restaurant Employees, UNITE HERE, and NYSUT.
As I noted earlier, Cuomo is mostly abiding by the $10,000 limit on donations Eliot Spitzer has been following, with one notable exception: limited liability corporations. Spitzer said he’ll count money from those and similar subsidiaries towards the donation cap of whomever owns the subsidiary. Cuomo hasn’t gone that far.
In this most recent filing, Cuomo received $10,000 from at least one limited liability corporation: the 53rd West 46 LLC.