Now, it’s Mitt Romney’s turn.
The GOP presidential hopeful reached out to those rare, right-of-center artists over the weekend, walking away with a hefty $6 million haul.
“This weekend’s event was very successful and there are plans to try to get the Governor back in Los Angeles again after the first or second debate for a similar occasion,” a source close to the Romney campaign told Deadline.
Saturday’s fundraiser, including music by veteran actor and crooner Robert Davi (who earned a standing ovation for his rendition of “The House I Live In”) and David Foster, also featured:
Megaproducer Jerry Bruckheimer and wife Linda, former Warner Bros. chair Terry Semel,Children of a Lesser God producer Burt Sugarman, Frank Price, former head of both Columbia Pictures and Universal Pictures and his wife, Katherine, DC 9/11: A Time of Crisis writer/producer Lionel Chetwynd, General Hospital actor, John O’Hurley, CSI:NY’s Gary Sinise and Everyone Loves Raymond’s Patricia Heaton were at the event, Deadline has confirmed.
Note: Article updated to correctly reflect Frank Price’s Hollywood affiliations.