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Romney offering perks in his bid for major donors

A race to match Obama fund-raising

Senator John McCain, with Mitt Romney at a GOP event in Arizona Friday, identified big-money bundlers in his 2008 campaign. Senator John McCain, with Mitt Romney at a GOP event in Arizona Friday, identified big-money bundlers in his 2008 campaign. (Jae C. Hong/Associated Press)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / April 21, 2012
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Mitt Romney’s fundraising operation is aggressively trying to scoop up new donors for his campaign, offering up incentives of special access as they seek to win over top Republican donors who until now have been on the sidelines. Those who contribute $50,000, and become a “founder,’’ will earn a retreat with Romney. The campaign is also crafting several different levels of donors, with the top level going to those who can raise at least $500,000.

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