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Tony Strickland Watch: The Mitt Romney Fundraiser

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Republican presidential hopeful former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney stands in front of the fence separating the United States from Mexico while answering questions concerning his immigration policy during a visit Monday Aug. 13, 2007 in San Diego. Romney is flanked by former California Assemblyman Tony Strickland, left, and Calif. State Senator Mark Wyland.

Former Massacusetts Governor and GOP Presidental candidate Mitt Romney is coming to the Conejo Valley to lend a hand to the Tony Strickland for California State Senate (CA SD-19) campaign.

Here is the invitation and response information:

Tony Strickland and Mitt Romney

Tony Strickland and Mitt Romney

A couple notable local folks on the host committee:

  • Rick Caruso – mega-developer (The Promende and the Lakes in Thousand Oaks – Westlake) and a former member of the Los Angeles Police Commission and rumored candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2009

Flap says come on out and have a great evening. Mitt Romney is a good speaker and the donation is for a good cause.

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3 thoughts on “Tony Strickland Watch: The Mitt Romney Fundraiser

  1. Sorry to go off-topic, just wanted to confirm an article in Politico. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0608/11017.html Says that the GOP hasn’t managed to recruit good candidates for Senate races. And a guy called Ogonowski was planning to run against Kerry in MA and fell 30 signatures short of 10,000 required and got disqualified. Seems Romney had even held a $1,000-per-plate fundraiser on his behalf. And now there’s no one good in his place. How can the GOP let this kind of thing happen? Is it even true?

  2. Yep but it would be hard to beat Kerry anyway. Safe Dem seat.

    Bob Novak @ Human Events in his column today had the run down on that story and the other Senate seats. Check it out.

    Or wait until my links post after midnight!

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