Elizabeth Crowley's financial house is in order.
The Glendale Democrat's City Council campaign received public matching funds last week after she finished forking over $56,267 in fines and repayments stemming from campaign finance violations during her 2001 Council bid.
Crowley got $41,581 in matching funds after raising $52,496, according to the city Campaign Finance Board.
Crowley's opponent, Councilman Anthony Como (R-Middle Village), received $65,105 after bringing in $33,711.
As of last week, Como had spent $27,075, compared with Crowley's $6,239. - John Lauinger, Daily News
So Crowley has more money in the bank at this point than Como. Interesting.
You'd think with all that money they'd at least have signs that aren't ugly.