Public Advocate Money: Green’s Expenses, de Blasio’s Workers

A few interesting bits from the campaign finance filings of some of the public advocate candidates:
In this latest filing period, from January 12 to March 11, Mark Green raised $143,285, but has only paid two bills so far, totaling $17,621. Those bills were for a campaign office and for a $16,006 poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.
Green spokesman Paul Rivera said other expenses – including his own invoice – will be paid later and will appear in future filings. He said they’re more focused on raising money at this point.
Bill de Blasio raised $136,282 from 428 contributors.
Norman Siegel raised $21,542 from 117 contributors, including $60 from political comedian