Anuzis at RNC debate: Donors weren't even asked for money 

Saul Anuzis, a candidate for RNC Chairman, offered the first answer to Grover Norquist's question of what his top priority would be in the position. He said that it would be fundraising, and he added that he had contacted several former donors to see what had happened, and "what it would take to win them back."

Some of them, he said, hadn't even been asked for a contribution. This isn't exactly news, but it will probably be the story of Michael Steele's time at the party's helm.

You can watch the debate here.

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