Mitt Romney Is Coming to Redwood City

The presidential hopeful is asking for $1000+ per attendee.

Want to rub elbows with former Governor Mitt Romney as he campaigns for the Republican nomination? It'll cost you $1,000 to attend the reception at the March 26, reported the San Francisco Chronicle.

You’ll have the opportunity to talk politics with hostess and Republican candidate for the 2011 Gubernatorial race, Meg Whitman. Whitman also in Redwood City at during her campaign.

If mere attendance with these political powerhouses isn't enough, you can pay $2,500 for a photo opportunity with the neatly coiffed presidential candidate.

To achieve “event sponsor” or “co-chair” status, you must raise $10,000 and $25,000 respectively and not simply donate because the maximum contribution for individuals is $2,500 per election. Federal multi-candidate PACs may contribute $5,000 per election.

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Roger Brina March 14, 2012 at 08:33 PM
Interesting that he's going to be at Redwood Shores, considering Redwood Shores is where Seiler LLP is located. Seiler LLP is a CPA firm through which a Romney SuperPAC has been funneling money: http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/07/update-on-the-search-for-a-secret-donor
4freedom March 14, 2012 at 10:04 PM
Romney is about creating jobs in other countries but definitely not in our own country the USA. Unemployment rates will hit an all time high if gets into office. People should really do their research about this guy before they even consider voting for him. He calls big business owners job creators but we all know that the real job creators are small business owners that want to hire within our borders. Big businesses outsource our jobs. They create jobs in other countries and not in the USA that is why Romney gets sponsored by big businesses. Only a fool would think this guy would bring jobs to our economy.


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