Rubio To Host Fundraiser at Convention

Wednesday, 01 Aug 2012 02:15 PM

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Star Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., will host a fundraiser for his campaign committee and his leadership PAC Reclaim America on the first night of the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

The “Paint the Senate Red Fundraising Bash” will be held 9 p.m. to midnight Aug. 27 at The Cube, the square, mirrored section of downtown's Rivergate Tower and home to the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. 

There will be four tiers of donors, with each level named after an artist, Politico reports.

A contribution of $20,000 represents the Michelangelo tier and entitles the donor to a private dinner, backstage reception, and photo opportunity with Rubio. A $10,000, Monet donation gives the donor access to the backstage reception and photo-op with Rubio.

Warhol donors give $5,000 for admittance to the reception. Britto donors shell out $1,000 for general admission to the event.

Rubio’s joint committee of his Senate campaign committee and PAC raised $41,000 from its inception in April through the end of July, according to the Federal Election Committee.


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