Former Rep. Anthony Weiner, who resigned from Congress after misfiring a racy photo over Twitter, spent more than $50,000 on polling in recent months, according to New York City campaign finance filings.
The latest filing with the cityâ€™s Campaign Finance Board for Weinerâ€™s close-to-dormant mayoral campaign account shows he spent $54,000 on polling by David Binder Research on March 5. He spent another $52,500 on the firm for consulting work a day earlier, the filings show.
Weiner declined comment, and itâ€™s unclear precisely what the polling was for. The New York Post reported earlier this year on a polling survey being conducted tossing Weinerâ€™s name into the mix for city comptroller and for mayor.
A path to the mayoralty is more complicated for Weiner in a crowded field, while the comptrollerâ€™s race is all but certain to be won by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.
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