The wife of Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards raised money for her husband's campaign at a private luncheon in Indianapolis.
Elizabeth Edwards did not speak publicly during the visit yesterday.
Organizers say about 60 people paid between $250 to $2,300 to attend the event, bringing in more than $35,000. Many people brought copies of Elizabeth Edwards' autobiography, "Saving Graces," for her to sign.
John Edwards held a private fundraiser in Indianapolis in March. The former North Carolina senator's visit then came a week after his wife announced her cancer had returned and spread.
One of those at yesterday's luncheon, Cathy Noe, says Elizabeth Edwards talked about where the United States needs to be and the kind of people Americans should be.
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