Kid Rock is donating $122,000 he made from the sale of merchandise for his fake Senate campaign last year to the College Republican National Committee (CRNC. Rock’s publicist explained that the CRNC worked on Rock’s 2017 summer tour, registering fans to vote at venues around the country. CRNC president Ted Dooley said that the registration drive was “pretty much like other voter registration work we do … except a lot more fun.” Rock’s whole fake campaign – includeing concerts resembling rallies, a KidRockForSenate website and political speeches – was a publicity stunt for his latest studio album, “Sweet Southern Sugar.” Apparently a number of Rock’s supporters thought the campaign was more than just fake news, even speculating on a Rock run at the White House down the line. The singer is a supporter of Donald Trump. Rock also recently sent $25,000 donations each to the Second Harvest Food Banks of Western Michigan and Middle Tennessee.