DNC chair Wasserman Schultz in Chicago for Quinn, House Dems

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Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., hits Chicago on Monday for two fundraisersto benefit House Democrats downtown and visitsthe South Side foraget-out-the vote visit at aGov. Pat Quinn campaign field office and a stopat the University of Chicago Institute of Politics to talk with students.Wasserman Schultz is the headliner at a reception to benefit PUCK Pac, theRep. Mike Quigley D-Ill. political action committee. My column on Quigley’s growing involvement in helping raise money to elect Democrats to the House is HERE. The Wasserman Schultz Quigley PUCK Pac event starts at 11 a.m. at Conlon & Dunn. The price points, according to the invitation:Suggested Contributions

Host $2,500 * Supporter $1,000

Friend $500 * Individual $250

After that, Wasserman Schultz heads to the Holland and Knight Law firm at noon for a luncheonto benefit freshman Rep. Cheri Bustos D-Ill., a major GOP target in her rematch against former Rep. Bobby Schilling R-Ill.

The host list on the invite includesEMILY’s List, Lynn Cutler, Phillip Harris,JACPAC, Hugh & Susan Mallaneyand Debra Shore.

The price points, according to the invitation:

Suggested Contributions:

Attendee $100 | Friend $250 | Sponsor $500Host $1,000 | Chair $2,600

From there, Wasserman Schultz heads to the South Side to join Rep. Bobby Rush D-Ill. at a Quinn campaign office on E. 47th in the afternoon to “energize volunteers ahead of the important November election.”

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