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Mitt Romney: Somewhere in Bellevue
Presidential candidates of all stripes have a habit of sweeping into our state and attending fundraisers at private homes, then zooming back out of town.
Sometimes, there is a public event, or at least public notification of the when, where and what of the visit.
Not so, for Mitt Romney's visit to Bellevue/Medina Monday night. It is tres hush hush. "This event is closed to the press,'' said one Romney campaign spokesman. "It's invitation only."
All we know is it is a fundraiser at a private home "somewhere in Bellevue,'' as state Republican Party Chairman Kirby Wilbur put it. Want to give us some details? Um. no.
A cash machine is a cash machine. Romney and President Obama hold private fundraising endeavors all over the country, some with more information than others.
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