Tweets by @Stanford_Daily

RT @StanfordSports: Our recap of Stanford's 45-0 win. Key takeways: McCaffrey has a bright future and the O-line still needs to gel http://…: 2 days ago, The Stanford Daily
RT @StanfordSports: And that's the ballgame. Stanford routs UC-Davis 45-0.: 2 days ago, The Stanford Daily
Suspect "described as a white male adult, in his 30's, approx. 5' 7" and 140 lbs., fit build with short brown hair and wearing black shorts": 3 days ago, The Stanford Daily
Alert: "A female adult reported that she was...struck from behind with an unknown object that she believed to be a stick.": 3 days ago, The Stanford Daily
AlertSU system reporting a physical assault nearby Palm Drive and Campus Drive at 9:11 p.m.: 3 days ago, The Stanford Daily

Romney hosts Redwood City fundraiser

Mitt Romney, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, hosted a fundraising function Monday evening in Redwood City. Tickets for the event ranged in price from $1,000 to $5,000, with the latter option granting attendees a photo opportunity with the candidate.


Romney will spend two days fundraising in California, including the event in Redwood City. His front-runner status, and his experience in business, have so far allowed him to dominate Republican fundraising in the state, with California constituting the second-largest source of donations for the Romney campaign and the third-largest source of funds for Restore Our Future, the pro-Romney Super PAC.


While Romney has raised about $76 million for his campaign so far, the protracted nature of the Republican primary has prompted efforts by all candidates to expand donor bases and reduce the risk of donor exhaustion. Restore Our Future  has raised close to $50 million in additional funds, to be spent on supporting Romney’s candidacy.


Romney leads his rivals for the Republican nomination by a substantial margin, with more pledged delegates than the rest of the field combined. His failure to connect with conservative votes and effectively clinch the nomination could, however, extend the contest until California’s June 5 primary, or even the August convention, according to faculty observers.


– Marshall Watkins