When Mitt Romney arrives Thursday at the gates of Teton Pines, a majestic Wyoming country club where captains of industry flock each summer to golf on an Arnold Palmer-designed course, his purpose will be greater than spending another evening separating rich people from their money.
The presidential candidate will be taking a big step toward becoming the official head of the Republican Party, as he is feted at the club and then at a $30,000-a-couple dinner at the nearby home of Richard B. Cheney, the living thread connecting the past five GOP presidencies.
Thursday’s dinner at Cheney’s home in Wilson, just outside Jackson Hole, coupled with an earlier reception at the Teton Pines is expected to raise more than $2 million, according to a top Romney fundraiser.The full story is HERE.
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