Mitt Romney Attending Liz Cheney Fundraiser

The RINOs are sticking together.

Mitt Romney is now set to attend a fundraiser for RINO Rep Liz Cheney.

Here are the prices to attend the fundraiser:

General reception: $1000

Photo Reception: $5800 per couple 

VIP reception: $10,800 per couple 

The Hill reported:

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) is participating in a fundraiser for Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in March as the Wyoming incumbent looks to protect her seat against Trump-endorsed Republican primary challenger Harriet Hageman, according to an invitation obtained by The Hill.

The March 14 fundraiser is hosted by Bobbie and Bill Kilberg, who previously supported former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) during the 2016 presidential election. Romney is the special guest.

Other guests include former Vice President Dick Cheney and his wife; former chief of staff to Cheney Scooter Libby; former U.S. solicitor general Ted Olson; former chief of staff to the late Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) Sheila Burke; and former Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.), among others.

General reception requires a $1,000 contribution per person, while a photo reception asks for a $5,800 contribution per couple, according to the invitation. A VIP reception asks for a $10,800 contribution per couple.

This comes as a recent straw poll found Liz Cheney down big to her Trump-endorsed challenger.

From The Star Tribune:

Harriet Hageman, the Donald Trump-endorsed candidate seeking to unseat Rep. Liz Cheney, won big Saturday in a straw poll of House candidates held by the Wyoming Republican State Central Committee.

The secret ballot of party activists awarded Hageman 59 votes, Cheney six, state Sen. Anthony Bouchard, R-Cheyenne, two and Denton Knapp one. The vote comes eight months before the GOP primary.

“I think it’s a good sign. It’s not an endorsement, but these are the county activists” Hageman told the Star-Tribune after the vote.

The state party itself is not statutorily allowed to endorse a candidate in the primary.

The state central committee consists of three representatives from each county and members of the state party, for a total of 74 votes. Only 71, including three of Hageman’s family members, voted Saturday. The bearing of the vote on the outcome of the August primary is uncertain: There are 196,179 registered Republican voters in Wyoming as of January.

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