Mitt Romney was reluctant to concede during last week’s election. But he didn’t waste any time canceling campaign funds.
Sources report that Romney canceled campaign credit cards which have left many of his staffers stranded.
The campaign’s finances dwindled shortly after the Republican candidate finished his concession speech.
Many of Romney’s aides said they found out the credit cards no longer worked after taking cabs home Tuesday night.
However, the funds still exist. The campaign is allowed to sustain the money for up to two years in order to pay election expenses as long as they are properly filed with the Federal Election Commission.
While many of his staffers are left disappointed, other aides believe Romney’s actions are simply “fiscally conservative.”