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McDonnell continues to headline fundraisers for Republicans across the nation

Anita Kumar

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell continued to solidfy his reputation as a much sought after fundraiser this week with a series of events to raise money for fellow Republicans across the country.

On Monday, while in Ohio attending a Republican Governors Association policy summit, he headlined a fundraiser for GOP gubernatorial candidate John Kasich at a golf club in Batavia. The event raised more than $100,000.

On Tuesday, he headlined a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt, who is running for Senate in Missouri, at a hotel in Springfield, Mo. The event also raised more than $100,000.

Today, McDonnell will appear at an event for Jim Keet, the GOP candidate for governor in Arkansas at the Capitol Hill Club in the District.

In the months leading to the midterm elections, McDonnell has raised money for New Mexico gubernatorial candidate Susana Martinez, Tom Corbett, the Pennsylvania attorney general who is running for governor, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, among others.

By Anita Kumar  | September 22, 2010; 12:30 PM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Robert F. McDonnell  
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