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    Flash Mini-Money Bomb on the Heels of Kentucky Caucus Victory

    I mean right now would be a good time, no?



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    Yeah, why not. I'll start.

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    What's the total cost of the caucus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BGfree View Post
    What's the total cost of the caucus?
    I think I read 3 payments of $200k, but randal is only on the hook for the first 2; the rest is generated by candidate fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BGfree View Post
    What's the total cost of the caucus?
    This is from the politico article from last week

    Paul plans to make the payments in installments. First, he said he transferred $250,000 to a state GOP account. He also promised to raise or transfer another $200,000 to the committee at a later date — once the final budget for the caucuses is finalized. Paul said an additional $150,000-$225,000 would be raised by charging fees on candidates who participate in the caucuses, with the party charging each candidate $15,000 to participate.

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    So 400,000 should be reasonable to raise, anyone here who can do graphics and twitter?

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    I had heard that Rand was planning to put $250K down, but I thought that would cover the biggest part of it. I didn't realize that the total cost would be more than twice that.

    We're definitely going to need a money bomb to get back to even.



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