I’ve seem envelope parties in Springfield, where to attract a wide array of contributors a price is not set.
It was an established tradition when I worked on Denny Kelley’s disastrous mayoral campaign in 1971.
Tonight a variation on that theme is occurring in Spring Grove.
The fundraiser could work well. Beans and hot dogs can’t cost that much and the idea of holding a fund raiser is to maximize net proceeds. Using his opponents’ last name is also humorous.