Arne Duncan on California fund-raising swing

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WASHINGTON–Education Secretary Arne Duncan is the draw at a fund-raiser in Brentwood, traveling to Los Angeles for the Oct. 11 Obama re-elect team “Speakers Series” event. Mayor Rahm Emanuel kicked off the national speakers series in New York earlier this year.

Duncan’s ticket price starts at $2,500 through $10,000 for hosts of the event at the home of Hollywood producer Peter Chernin and wife Megan.

Hat Tip: Ben Smith of Politico, who had this first.

Click below for invite….

below, invitation…

The Obama Victory Fund 2012

invites you to participate in the

Southern California




The Honorable Arne Duncan

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Please arrive by 7:30 pm

At the home of Megan and Peter Chernin

Brentwood, CA

Address given upon RSVP

The Obama Speaker Series is an opportunity to hear locally from your leaders. These sessions will occur on a regular basis and will be limited in size.

All speakers are subject to availability and scheduling. We cannot guarantee participation for any specific speaker.

For more information please contact Lindsay Rachelefsky at

Paid for by Obama Victory Fund 2012, a joint fundraising committee authorized by

Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee.

Yes, I would like to participate in the SoCal Speaker Series! $10,000 – Event Co-Host (write/raise) 5,000 per person (Speaker Series membership, 6 events) $2,500 per person – Attend Oct. 11th event only

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