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GOP Flacks Raise $60K for Romney

Some of Washington's best known communications professionals raised about $60,000 for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign Sunday afternoon, according to Ron Bonjean, who chaired the fundraiser with his wife Sara.

The event at Republican National Committee headquarters was sponsored and hosted by a who's who of Washington flackdom including: Jim Dyke, Tony Fratto, Terry Holt, Blain Rethmeier, Robert Zirkelbach, Jim Billimoria, Rob Collins, Brad Dayspring, Erica Elliott, Laena Fallon, Sue Hensley,  Doug Heye, Josh Holmes, Ben Jenkins, Blair Latoff, Paul Lindsay, Lisa Camooso Miller, L.D. Platt, Dan Ronayne, Kevin Smith, Amos Snead, Rebecca and Sean Spicer, AshLee Strong, Jennifer Page Wall, Brian J. Walsh and Eric Wohlschlegel.

One attendee sent along this pool report:

More than 100 supporters came to the RNC on a late Sunday afternoon, some with their wives and children, to show their support of the Romney/Ryan ticket.  Attendees were treated to an overview by Brian Jones, Senior Communications Advisor to the Mitt Romney campaign and Jeff Larson, Chief of Staff to the RNC of the latest poll numbers, early voting statistics and the Romney game plan for the last 48 hours of the race. Donations were also collected for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. 


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