League of Women Voters of Connecticut Asked for Dice From Donald Trump. He Came Through.

Posted on December 17, 1989 3:21 am
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Kay Maxwell, president of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut, holds a bag of dice donated to the organization by Donald Trump.

Kay Maxwell, president of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut, holds a bag of dice donated to the organization by Donald Trump.

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Dice from Donald

When the League of Women Voters of Connecticut received Wallingford inventor Ronald Morgan Gregory’s donation of 2,000 board games entitled “Campaign for Election,” they didn’t realize each copy of the game was missing an important ingredient — its dice.

So, gambling the cost of postage, league president Kay Maxwell of Greenwich wrote to Donald Trump, explaining the predicament. He responded by sending 2,000 large used dice from the tables of his casino in Atlantic City. “We appreciate Mr. Trump’s donation, and the League of Women Voters of Connecticut is pleased to offer ‘Campaign for Election’ complete with pre-drilled red dice, compliments of Donald Trump,” Maxwell said. The games are sold for $2 each as a way to raise funds and raise public awareness of the political process.