Eliot Spitzer’s 2010 campaign is, finally, down to $0.
Among the former governor’s last expenditures were over $100,000 in charitable contributions made on July 10 — the last day of this filing period.
The breakdown: $25,000 went to Harvard Law Fund; $25,000 to Horace Mann School; $25,000 went to Skadden Fellowship, and $50,000 to President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Spitzer’s charitable streak comes after his CNN show was canceled, taking away the major vehicle he had for a potential 2013 return to politics. As the head of a huge real estate empire, his philanthropic endeavors could continue.
[h/t Bill Mahoney]