Friday, December 23, 2011

Mitt Romney's 4th quarter fundraising AT LEAST $20 million

According to sources talking to Politico:
Mitt Romney is set to close out the fourth fundraising quarter of the year with his largest haul yet of at least $20 million, several fundraising sources told POLITICO.

The numbers will be well north of the $18 million he raised between April and June.

The sources said that his overall take of the year — his campaign raised funds starting in April — is on track to be roughly $50 million, the sources said.
While there is still a week left in the quarter, high-dollar fundraising is essentially finished for the season thanks to the holidays — and Romney is closing strong.

Romney held four events in New York City last week that snared more than $3.5 million, fundraising sources said, including events with Jets owner Woody Johnson and Elliott Associates executive Paul Singer. He also held a $1.1 million event with Chris Christie in New Jersey.

And this week, he had four fundraisers in the New York City area, including a major Citigroup-related event, sources said.
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Anonymous said...

proud to say 50 dollars of it is mine!!

Anonymous said...

Romney has the money has the money to go the distance if needed.

He's running a brilliant campaign this time around.

John Parker said...

Ron Paul raise $13mil in Q4, and without selling access.