CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Among Republican candidates for president, Rudy Giuliani leads the field when it comes to attracting money from West Virginians.
Now Giuliani plans to follow up on this success by holding an August Third fundraising breakfast at The Greenbrier resort.
Supporters can pay a thousand dollars to hear Giuliani speak at the morning event. Paying 23-hundred dollars can also get you a photo with the former New York mayor.
Giuliani's appearance will coincide with the annual meeting of the West Virginia Coal Association at the posh resort.
Giuliani has already raised more than 29-thousand from nearly two dozen Mountain State donors.
Another presidential hopeful, Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton, is hosting a fundraiser for her presidential bid next week in Charleston.