Weiner For Mayor? Pollsters Hint At Possible Comeback, Reports Say
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Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner could be testing the waters for a political comeback.
The Daily News reports city voters have been getting phone calls from pollsters asking about Weiner's chances in the mayor's race.
The News says pollsters are asking about a possible matchup between Weiner and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in the race for City Comptroller.
Weiner reportedly still has around $4 million in his war chest from 2009 when he explored a run for mayor.
Weiner resigned from Congress in 2011 amid a sexting scandal.