Mitt Romney campaign unveils donor perks

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With all eyes on the general election, the Romney campaign sent out an 11-page fundraising document today outlining its major giving and bundler programs. The document details what high dollar donors and fundraisers get in exchange for cutting checks, including his bundling program. The highest contribution for donors called “Founding Partners” is $100,000. The first 500 contributors to hit that level receive several perks, including a summer retreat in Park City, Utah, as well as “green room level” access during debates, the Republican National Convention, election night and finance event general receptions. The booklet also released its highest level bundling program. Romney Stripes and Romney Stars pledge to raise $500,000 and $250,000, respectively. The “stripes” bundlers receive access at debates, the convention and election night, as well as dedicated briefings and their names being published in the Stars and Stripes commemorative book. Click here for full story.

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