Martin O’Malley hits Chicago for fundraising

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WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley hits Chicago on Tuesday for two fundraisers.

O’Malley, the former Maryland governor, headlines a reception at Phil Stefani’s, 437 N. Rush at 5:30 p.m.Prices range from $500 to $5,400 to raise to be listed as a host.

After that, O’Malley heads to the Cards Against Humanity headquarters at 1917 N. Elston for a funder aimed at younger supporters, with the tab ranging from $25 to $500 to host.

The hosts for the two events are: Dan Hynes, the former comptroller leading O’Malley’s Illinois drive and Michael Bauer, Sean Conlon, Michael Forde, David Korman, Billy Lawless, Katrina Veerhusen, Rick McCombs, Stacy Pratt, Regan Burke, Noel Chambers, Katy Franklin, Angel Hardy Heinz, Sam Holbert, Caroline Kenney, Bryan Lee, Brendan McGuire, Therese McMahon, Ahmad Mustafa, Kasid Naeem.

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