They’ve had three years, but auditors for the city’s Campaign Finance Board still haven’t completed a review of Mayor de Blasio’s 2013 campaign.
Dick Dadey, president of Citizens Union, said that’s “unacceptable.”
“That they have not done this yet indicates there are unresolved issues and problems with the campaign’s spending of taxpayer dollars,” Dadey said.
“The public needs to know what, if any, issues there were with the campaign’s handling of its finances.”
Audits are supposed to be completed within 18 months.
But campaigns often request — and are granted — extensions.
The CFB declined to say whether de Blasio 2013 asked for such and extension and the campaign didn’t respond to an email.
Records show de Blasio’s campaign received $3.9 million in public matching funds in 2013.