GOP Spent $150,000 In Donations On Palin's Look

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The John McCain campaign says thousands of dollars worth of clothes that were bought for Sarah Palin will go to a "charitable purpose" after the campaign.

The Republican National Committee spent about $150,000 on clothing, hair styling, makeup and other "campaign accessories" for Palin after she joined the ticket.

The expenses include $75,062 spent at Neiman Marcus in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and more than $4,100 for makeup and hair consulting. The expenses were first reported by Politico.com.

Last year, then- Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards sparked jokes on late-night TV and the Internet after his campaign paid for two $400 haircuts by a Beverly Hills stylist.


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  • by Jerry Jackson Location: rockford il on Oct 22, 2008 at 12:45 PM
    shame on them for using supporters funds in that way what will it be like if they win the office very very scary what they will do with our tax dollars shame on them
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