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Minnesota fundraiser for Romney postponed

Minnesota fundraiser for Romney postponed
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POSTED: Friday, November 18, 2011 - 8:09am

UPDATED: Friday, November 18, 2011 - 3:42pm

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney won't be visiting Minnesota for a fundraiser next week after all.

Former rival Tim Pawlenty and others had planned a high-dollar event for Romney in Minneapolis on Monday.

But a Pawlenty adviser says the event is being postponed due to a scheduling conflict. Pawlenty endorsed Romney after dropping out of the race during the summer.

Pawlenty is a former Minnesota governor who serves as national co-chairman of Romney's campaign and sometimes appears on Romney's behalf.
 

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Ol' romney is worth in the 9 figures...why does he need other people's money? Oh, right...all teavangelical/repub candidates need high dollar campaign funds from guys who then "own" them after they've contributed! romney, and any other candidate who is filthy rotten rich, should pay their own way in political contests...how cold to take money from those who can't afford it or those who want to buy a politician. Teavangelical/repub candidates seem to be for sale to the highest bidders.

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