City Comptroller William Thompson released his campaign finance figures through July 11 and so far, he's spent $2.4 million out of the over $5 million he's raised. Drilling down further, the NY Post reports that Thompson "raised $200,711 and spent $637,147 between May 11 and July 11." PolitickerNY adds that "Thompson now has $251,836 in matchable contributions, just barely over the $250,000 threshold required before the city's Campaign Finance Board starts giving out money. Which won't allow much margin for error. If about $1,800 of those matching claims are rejected for whatever reason, it could delay Thompson’s ability to get money from the board." Last week, it was revealed Mayor Bloomberg had spent $36 million on his re-election bid so far, which outpaces his spending for his 2005 effort (so far).