Governor Schwarzenegger is set to complete his Texas two-step today, appearing at a Dallas fund-raiser just a day after receiving an award from former President Bush.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to keep a low profile upon arrival at the campaign fund-raiser today.
That´s after making a splash in College Station yesterday when he was receiving an award from former President Bush.
The California Republican was expected to raise about 150-thousand dollars at the private fund-raising breakfast at a Dallas hotel.
He arrived for the breakfast this morning but was not available for questions.
But some 50 Texas business leaders were invited, with ticket prices ranging from a thousand to 20-thousand dollars each.
Under California law, contributors can give up to $21,200 to a candidate per election cycle.
The money raised in Dallas will go toward Schwarzenegger´s 2006 re-election account, although he hasn´t yet said whether he´ll seek a second term.