Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Joe Lieberman raises $20,000 for candidate at breakfast



The Associated Press

        COLUMBUS — U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, the 2000 Democratic candidate for vice president, held a fund-raiser Monday for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tim Hagan that netted at least $20,000.

        About 100 people attended the $250-per-plate breakfast, campaign spokesman Austin Jenkins said. The crowd included elected officials and staff members who did not pay to get in, he said.

ON THE NET
    Tim Hagan: www.timhaganforgovernor.com

    Bob Taft: www.governortaft.com

        Mr. Lieberman told the crowd it's time to end Republicans' 12-year grip on the governor's office. He also said Ohio will make history by electing a black woman as lieutenant governor. He suggested Democrat Charleta Tavares over Republican Jennette Bradley. Both are Columbus City Council members.

        Mr. Hagan trails Republican Gov. Bob Taft in fund-raising by a margin of at least 15-1. Mr. Hagan also has fund-raisers scheduled with actress Rosie O'Donnell on July 25 and the cast of Star Trek: Voyager — which features his wife, actress Kate Mulgrew.

       



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