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Romney looks to raise up to one million in two NC fundraisers

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has two fundraisers on tap today in Raleigh and in Charlotte.

First-up, the former Massachusetts governor will hold a noon-time luncheon at the Angus Barn in Raleigh, followed by an evening event at Myers Park Country Club in the Queen City.

General admission is $1,000. Want a picture with Mitt? That will set you back $2,500.

The GOP says the two events could net the campaign as much as $1 million.

On Thursday, the Republican presidential candidate travels to Louisville, Kentucky for another high-profile fundraiser at the home of Papa John’s founder John Schnatter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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