It will cost you $25 to sponsor an office chair in state Sen. Frank LaRose's campaign headquarters.
For the microwave, you'll have to shell out more at $250.
And for the headquarters' sign, you'll need to spend $1,000.
The sponsorships, which result in a sign being post above the adopted item in LaRose's headquarters, are a fundraising tool LaRose is using to appeal to donors who'd rather have some recognition come with their checks, said Ryan McNicholas, LaRose's campaign spokesman.
"My favorite is the coffee pot," said McNicholas, chuckling. "Toward the end of the campaign, we will be brewing a lot."
The coffee pot ($250) is still up for grabs, but the count down clock ($300), garage ($500) and one table ($75) have been claimed.
LaRose got a positive response to the sponsorships in his 2010 campaign and decided to reprise them this year, McNicholas said.
Sponsors can check out the items they've sponsored and those awaiting a donor during the opening of LaRose's headquarters from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at 1245 S. Cleveland Massillon Road, Suite 14 in Copley.