Bundlers help a campaign by contacting potential donors - often friends, family and business associates - and persuading them to give money to their chosen candidate. Both Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama have tapped into people in the Washington business scene as bundlers.
SOURCE: WhiteHouseforSale.org, Center for Responsible Politics | GRAPHIC: The Washington Post - Sept. 15, 2008
Into the Rolodex for a Bundle Article | P. Wesley Foster, the real estate mogul who founded Chantilly-based Long & Foster, is hitting up acquaintances from a lifetime of business deals to help raise money for Sen. John McCain. When he runs out of names, he gets suggestions from the McCain campaign.