ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo is calling in some star power to help celebrate his 60th birthday and raise money for his 2018 reelection campaign.
Former President Bill Clinton and rocker Jon Bon Jovi will appear at a birthday fund-raiser for the governor’s campaign at Cipriani Wall Street on Dec. 14th, campaign officials confirmed Friday.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will also support Gov. Cuomo at his 60th birthday fund-raiser at Cipriani Wall Street.
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Individual tickets for the event range from $ 150 to $ 5,000, but $ 50,000 gets donors a table for 10 and tickets to a private, pre-event reception with the governor.
Cuomo, a Democrat, will be seeking his third term in 2018. As of July, his campaign already had more than $ 25.6 million for the coming race.
The December event will not be the first time that Bon Jovi has helped raise campaign cash for the governor. In August 2013, he gave a private performance for Cuomo’s supporters at a $ 1,000-per-ticket campaign fund-raiser in the Hamptons.