Bush to Appear at Two Midwest Fundraisers for Romney

Monday, 16 Jul 2012 03:22 PM

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is putting his national celebrity to work for presidential candidate Mitt Romney this week at fundraisers for the candidate in Indiana and Ohio.

On Tuesday, Bush will attend a reception and dinner at the home of investment banker Jerry Slusser in Fishers, Ind., Indystar.com reports. The event will be co-hosted by former state Rep. Dan Dumezich, co-chairman of Romney's Indiana campaign; former Indiana Republican Party Chairman Al Hubbard, and big-time Republican fundraiser Bob Grand, an attorney.

Tickets for the event range from $500 for the reception to $15,000 for a private dinner with Bush.

On Wednesday, Bush highlights a Romney fundraiser at the Manor House in Mason, Ohio, according to the Middletown Journal. Tickets for the event are $150.

Bush had been mentioned as a possible running mate for Romney, but has made it very clear he has no interest in the position.


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