El Gobernador Mitt Romney debe estar comiendo a esta hora con gente importante de think tanks, lobbies y grupos de apoyo de Washington DC.
Ben Smith en Politico.com:
(...) Mitt Romney and two of his senior aides are holding a small lunch in Washington today to brief GOP lobbyists and potential 2012 supporters on what the former governor and his PAC have done for candidates this cycle.
"Spencer Zwick, Finance Director and Matt Rhoades, Executive Director will join the Governor at lunch to give an update on the political activities of the Free and Strong America PAC," wrote Drew Maloney, one of Romney's top K Street backers, in an e-mail sent by another lobbyist to POLITICO. "The Governor has traveled across the country supporting many state and federal candidates. The PAC has given more than $800,000 to federal candidates and raised millions for many of the competitive races."
The gathering, to take place at a downtown restaurant, will be held in a room that only seats about 20-25 people, Maloney wrote. It's not a fundraiser.
Zwick, often called Romney's "Sixth Son," is the former governor's top money man and has spent much of this year privately meeting with GOP heavyweights who may have backed other candidates in the 2008 race; in other words — some of the very folks getting face time with Romney today. Rhoades, the comms director on the '08 campaign, is now Romney's Boston-based top political aide and is widely expected to play a senior managerial role in '12 campaign. (...)