From the Huffington Post:
Former New York Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner's decision to resign on June 24 following his admission of inappropriate sexual contact with women online hasn't put an end to his campaign's spending, a review of the politician's federal election records from from The Hill shows.
In fact, with his campaign spending totaling more than $130,000 in the third quarter -- the entirety of which took place after Weiner's departure from office -- the former congressman clocked in as the fourth-highest spender out of all U.S. representatives from New York City over that period, The Hill points out.
According to an itemized breakdown, the Weiner campaign rung up $10,000 in travel expenses, $25,000 on consulting firms and "policy research," and just under $30,000 on legal fees during the third quarter.
A spokesperson for Weiner explained that the majority of recent expenses were "associated with the winding down of Anthony's campaign."