Mitt Romney fundraisers

Karolyn Dorsee, Finance Director San Diego & Hawaii, Mitt Romney

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Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney recently held an event at the Grand Del Mar and a private residence as a part of his West Coast fundraising swing through California, raising over $2 million in San Diego. Photos: Rodney Regala

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