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Romney Takes Page From Obama Campaign, Raffles off Dinner

Friday, 11 May 2012 12:25 PM

By David Alliot

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Want a chance to meet presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney face to face over dinner? That’s exactly what supporters will get when they contribute to the “Grab a Bite with Mitt” fundraiser.

For as little as $3, contributors “will get a chance to sit down for a bite to eat with Mitt. It’s an incredible opportunity to make your voice heard, and chat with Mitt face to face,” says an invitation on MittRomney.com.

An email announcing the deal states that Romney “always look[s] forward to sitting down and hearing firsthand from fellow Americans,” and implores supporters to engage in conversations with Romney “as a constant reminder of why I’m in this fight.”

Four winners will be chosen in total, two by May 18, according to the announcement. Each winner will receive round-trip airfare to an as-yet-to-be-determined destination for a meal with the former Massachusetts governor and current GOP presidential primary leader. The package will include an overnight stay at a hotel complete with ground transportation.

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