We don't get much information about the fundraising by the gubernatorial candidates and won't see their reports until summer.
Still, Lt. Gov. Brian Dubie, Republican candidate, reports today that his birthday bash Tuesday garnered $115,000 for his campaign.
In an email, his campaign staff report his $51 per head party attracted 430 people.
Dubie commented, "I am truly humbled by last night’s strong show of support for my campaign for governor. When I decided to have a birthday fundraiser I set the goal to raise $30,000 and sell 150 $51 tickets. To raise over $115,000 in one night and have 430 people buy tickets is beyond my expectations."
-- Nancy Remsen
Labels: Brian Dubie, vermont politics