Huckabee Unveils Fundraising Schedule for May and June

Today Mike Huckabee’s presidential campaign released a memo about the former governor’s fundraising schedule.

Hosts of upcoming Huckabee events include Representative Trent Franks of Arizona, influential Texas lobbyist Dean McWilliams, Shelby County mayor Mark Luttrell, and the family of longtime Huckabee aide Chip Saltsman.

TO: Interested Parties

From: Chip Saltsman, Senior Advisor, Mike Huckabee

Date: May 6, 2015

RE: Post-launch fundraising Schedule


On the heels of his 2016 presidential campaign launch, Governor Mike Huckabee and our team have assembled an aggressive month-long fundraising schedule with stops across the entire continental United States. The following are details of his planned events available for public release:

Monday, May 11 – Houston, Texas

Monday, May 11 – Austin, Texas – Dean & Andrea McWilliams

Tuesday, May 12 – Dallas, Texas – Bobby Adkins, Jr.

Tuesday, May 12 – Washington, DC

Thursday, May 14 – Phoenix, Arizona – Floyd & Mary Beth Brown, Congressman Trent & Josie Franks, Mike & Sheila Ingram, and Christine Jones

Wednesday, May 20 – Memphis, Tennessee – Mike Keeney, David Kustoff, and Mayor Mark Luttrell

Wednesday, May 20 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bruce & Elaine Saltsman, Chip Saltsman, and Duane Ward

Tuesday, May 26 – Atherton, California – Ken & Roberta Eldred, Tom & Kipp Gutshall, & Drs. Bill & Marilee Clauson

Wednesday, May 27 – Laguna Beach, California – Gary & Cathy Daichendt, Ken & Roberta Eldred

Thursday, May 28 – Amarillo, Texas – Jack Sisemore

Sunday, May 31 – New York, New York – Dr. Joe Frager & Ken Abramowitz

Monday, June 1 – New York, New York

Wednesday, June 3 – Jonesboro, Arkansas

Wednesday, June 3 – Little Rock, Arkansas

Thursday, June 4 – El Dorado, Arkansas

Thursday, June 4 – Bentonville, Arkansas

Friday, June 5 – Texarkana, Arkansas

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