Fortunately, most of them say no.
I say "fortunately" because campaigning is not a money-making endeavor and Primo has already paid his campaign manager and paid the graphic artist who designed his door lit and paid for a few fundraising events (which - never raise that much money because we do not know rich people) and paid the hosting fees for his website.
That is, the campaign has incurred expenses along the way.
Most donors say they know Primo has already incurred expenses, so either use their money to pay for those expenses or give the money to other good candidates.
It is not easy, to call people who have so generously given you money because they believe in you and want you to win.
It feels like you are letting them down.
It feels like you are betraying their trust.
But Primo does it.
And people are kind and generous and they understand - pretty much any rational person has no interest in running for public office. That's why they were excited about Primo - he is different. He is not in it for ego or power. He is not in it for himself.
He said, "I don't have anything to prove to anyone. I've had a successful career. I can return to that career if I want. I wasn't trying to gain power or make a name for myself. I have other things in my life. I just wanted to make things better for other people."
And he's sincere when he says that. He is wrong :) in some of the ways he wants to get things done, but he really was not on a power trip.
Which is why it's OK for someone else to run when that someone else shares his beliefs.
And why I think his donors don't feel like they've been lied to or cheated. It was never about Primo. Ever.