Mitt Romney’s campaign just filed their financial disclosure reports for the third quarter, revealing $9.2 million cash on hand. The campaign spent $21 million for the quarter after pulling in $18 million (which included a sizable $8.5 million personal loan from the candidate) , continuing the heavy burn rate seen in the first half of the year. Signs of where the money’s going: the 10,893 ads Romney has run, mostly in Iowa, dwarfing his Republican competitors.
Rudy Giuliani’s campaign spent $13.3 million over the summer and has $11.6 million on hand, while Fred Thompson spent $5.7 million and has just over $7 million available. No word yet on the other candidates.