California Might be Faltering But Not the Rate of Fundraisers
The new year is young, California faces numerous vexing problems and the legislative fundraisers are already being scheduled.
Just looking at January and February — although invitations for events in March have already been sent — here’s the count so far:
There’s one on January 19.
Three on January 20.
One on January 21.
There are three on January 26 and four on January 27.
Another two on the 28th.
February starts slow: One on the first and one on the third.
There’s a golf tournament in Palm Desert on the fifth.
Two on the ninth and three on February 10. Another on the 11th.
The following week: One on the 16th, four on the 17th, one on the 18th and one on the 19th.
Two on February 23, one on February 24 and two on the 25th.
Rounding out the month — there are only 28 days — is a three-day event sponsored by the California Republican party to attend the FBR Phoenix Open. A seat in the skybox on the 16th hole costs $10,000.
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