Remember, this guy was once the GOP front-runner running on a platform that included being a "fiscal conservative":
What a con artist.
In a campaign finance filing today, monitored by The Times' Dan Morain, Giuliani discloses that he raised a total of $64.94 million for his campaign and spent $56.95 million on the ill-fated candidacy that collapsed after his Florida loss without a single election victory at the end of January.
In fact, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas beat the New Yorker in a couple of places, winning more delegates with less money and, as we reported here this morning, still having more than $5 million cash in hand and not a single cent of debt as of Feb. 29.
For that nearly $57 million Giuliani won a single delegate in Nevada, actually one delegate since we don't know his/her marital status.
In today's filing with the Federal Election Commission, Giuliani discloses....that he still has $3.1 million in debt, including $151,000 owed to Giuliani Security, the security firm he founded, and $65,000 to Giuliani Partners, another of his enterprises.