The embattled GOP rep. brought in a paltry $23,000 in June and just $75,000 for the quarter.
The N.Y. GOP congressman saw his fundraising plummet after he was indicted in April.
Panel will defer any action at the request of the Justice Department into indicted N.Y. rep.
Rep. Luke Messer (R-Ind.) is filling the spot vacated by Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) on the House...
National Republican Congressional Committee may not give indicted lawmaker financial help.
Speaker said he made the right choice to step down from his committee after his indictment.
The indicted congressman is giving up his seat on the Financial Services Committee.
The charges include mail fraud and perjury.
Rep. Michael Grimm turned himself in prior to expected criminal charges.
The comedian has targeted the New York Republican as part of his "Flip A District” campaign.
A spokesman told The Hill "there isn't a complainant."
Weiner said Grimm might want to avoid community meetings or sporting events.
Grimm threatened to throw a reporter over a House balcony.
The resignation follows Rep. Michael Grimm's (R-N.Y.) indictment.
The embattled, indicted congressman still used his undercover name after leaving FBI.
The indicted lawmaker implied the charges against him are an "abuse of power."
The New York Republican did not attend Monday night votes after being indicted.
Criminal counts include mail fraud, perjury, and employing illegal immigrants.
Charges against the New York Republican include mail fraud and perjury.
Grimm has been on CREW’s "most corrupt" list since 2011.
The move caps a two-year investigation into campaign funds of the New York Republican.
The comedian said one of the selections is a "poster boy" for the contest.
The N.Y. lawmaker threatened a reporter on camera.
CREW’s complaint says Grimm violated House Rule 23.