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Romney Offering Money to Students Who Raise Campaign Funds

Romney Offering Money to Students Who Raise Campaign Funds



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(KSL News) It's not what you would call a traditional summer job. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is now offering money to college students who raise money for his campaign.

Participants with "Students for Mitt" will get 10 percent of the money they raise beyond the first $1,000.

Most candidates offer commissions for professional fundraisers, but Romney may be the first to offer them to students.

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