Financing the Quietest Campaign

What a long week it’s been for Alan Hevesi. Since the story broke about him using a state employee as a personal chauffeur for his wife for three years, Hevesi has kinda had to, well, campaign. And that’s something he hadn’t planned on doing, as Liz Benjamin notes.

Which makes you wonder, considering how little we’ve seen of him, how Hevesi’s campaign spent $149,000 as of his last campaign filing.

That figure includes $60,000 to Morris & Carrick, Inc. for consulting. And, it’s worth noting, three payments totaling $1,918 to the NYS Comptroller’s office for reimbursements for car use.

— Azi Paybarah Financing the Quietest Campaign