Longtime Brooklyn Congressman Ed Towns has just over $50,000 on hand for the 2012 elections, according to campaign disclosure reports released over the weekend.
Towns has always been a prodigious fundraiser, and his overall haul for the 2012 cycle has been fairly robust, pulling in over $250,000 so far this year, a decent amount, if a relatively low figure for a 15-term incumbent. (By comparison, fellow delegation member Jerry Nadler has raised close to $450,000, and is unlikely to face serious opposition.)
But Towns spent over $210,000 during the same period. Read More