According to campaign finance reports, Mayor Bloomberg has spent $36 million on his third-term bid through July 1, which, NY1 notes is significantly higher than the "$23 million that the mayor had spent by this point in 2005." Even November is months away! NY1 also had this fun fact: "One Queens field office employee named Rudy Giuliani, who is a cousin of the former mayor, gets paid nearly $7,000 a month." On the other hand, Bloomberg the citizen has lost $10 million of his personal wealth on investments; his spokesman said, "like everyone else invested in the stock market last year, the mayor lost money." Luckily, Bloomberg still has billions left. City Comptroller Bill Thompson, the likely Democratic challenger, has only spent $1.8 million for his mayoral campaign so far. And one labor leader claims that Bloomberg cancelled a "long-planned" meeting with Obama officials because the Working Families Party endorsed Thompson, not Bloomberg (who apparently really wanted the endorsement).