Kashkari, who is trailing badly in the polls behind
Typically, such efforts include television and mail advertising.
The donor support he hoped for has not materialized – he has raised about $1.8 million from other sources. On Monday, he announced that he was giving his campaign $500,000.
“Is it smart? I think only his financial advisor would be able to tell him that,” said Beth Miller, a GOP strategist who advised 2010 Senate candidate