Former Gov. Ronald E. Reagan, unannounced Republican presidential candidate, will speak at the Music Hall in Boston on November 2 at a fundraiser featuring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Reagan is expected to declare his candidacy sometime that month.
The Massachusetts Reagan for President Committee said they received a definite confirmation of the former governor's attendance at the fundraiser yesterday. A spokesman for the committee said the $50, $100, and $1000 a person tickets would go on sale in about a week.
Morgan Mason, assistant director of the National Reagan for President Committee, said the two singer performers are "more than firm supporters of the campaign and personal friends of the governor." Mason added he expected Sinatra and Martin to appear at future fundraising events for Reagan.
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