You've got to give Todd Spitzer points for determination.
The notoriously chatty Orange County supervisor candidate has done the impossible.
He's found someone who may love to talk and talk and talk and talk more than he does: KFI's Bill Handel.
And the unstoppable Spitzer bandwagon is bringing Handel to OC as the guest of honor at a May 4 fundraiser in the race against underdog Republican Deborah Pauly, a Villa Park city council member and local GOP official.
According to a Spitzer campaign announcement, there will be a VIP reception at 5 p.m. and a general reception at 5:30 p.m.
Cost to attend is $250 for an individual or $400 for couples.
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Contact Julie@PaulieConsulting.com for additional information about the business attire event that will take place at a private residence in Orange.
(Spitzer--who has been as a prosecutor, county supervisor and state Assemblyman--worked as a producer for Handel's broadcasts in 1990.)