Skip to comments.Giuliani Notes: Dollars for Rudy (Upcoming Fundraisers for Mayor Rudy Giuliani)
Posted on 01/28/2007 2:42:18 PM PST by PhiKapMom
January 29, 2007
A Giuliani fund-raiser will be held Jan. 29 in Pacific Palisades, Calif., at the home of Bill Simon, the 2002 Republican candidate for governor of California, costing $2,300 a person and $4,600 per couple.
January 30, 2007:
Mary Bonos campaign is sponsoring a golf event to raise funds for Giulianis committee on Tuesday, at the Rancho Mirage home and golf course of Edra Blixseth, Porcupine Creek Golf Club. Information: (310) 500-4284 or by e-mail at email@example.com
February 1, 2007:
Texas Republican contributors are being solicited to spend $30,000 for dinner with former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani at the Houstonian Hotel in Houston Feb. 1 to finance his presidential exploratory committee. The private dinner will follow a 6:30 to 8 p.m. cocktail reception, costing $2,100 a person and $4,200 for couples.
The best-known host of Giulianis Houston event is billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens Jr., chairman of the private equity firm BP Capital Management. Also on Giulianis Texas fund-raising team are Tom Hicks, whose company owns the Texas Rangers baseball team; oil industry executive Jim Lee; and lawyer Patrick C. Oxford.
DG -- Looks like Rudy is coming to your State! Look at the donors from TX including Ricks from the TX Rangers along with T. Boone. Heavy hitters!
Hmm ... wouldn't mind going.
I was just ready to ping you! That would be AWESOME!
Any person that is a REAL conservative shouldn't give this RED-city-RINO ONE RED CENT.
OK, back up, I meant, of course, to say BLUE-city-RINO (maybe I'm thinking of COMMUNIST RED).
I wish he'd come to SC.
I just love how the fact that Rudy received the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award and it's sending the haters over the edge. Half of them won't sleep tonight and the other half started in on ulcers. LOL
I'll be giving him a lot. And I've been a real conservative for decades.
That it doesn't meet with your approval is a given. But then, I don't care if you approve.
The food at The Houstonian is pretty good, but $30,000 is going to weed out the riff raff like me!
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani makes a stop in Providence for his possible presidential bid.
Last night, Giuliani was in the city for a few hours for a one-thousand-dollar-a-person cocktail reception to benefit his presidential exploratory committee.
Guests included Governor Carcieri and former Governor Lincoln Almond; former Cranston Mayor Stephen Laffey and Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian.
During a short speech at the event, Giuliani said the United States must do everything it can to be successful in Iraq, must become energy independent and must fix the Social Security system. He favors allowing some investment in private accounts.
Way cool. I love comments about policy.
Get ready. Brace yourself for the serial posters and their postings.
I do too! These are great comments -- look conservative to me, how about you? :)
The Private Dinner though is $2,100.
Surprised we don't have the spam already. Have more articles just waiting! :)
They won't win over the worst of the lot .. but many may be convinced to vote for him in the primary.
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