Pelosi hits Chicago June 4 for major Democratic House fundraiser

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WASHINGTON — House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., hits Chicago on June 4 for a high-end fund-raiser to benefit the House Democratic political operation.

The price swing for the dinner to benefit theDemocratic Congressional Campaign Committee ranges from $33,400 per couple to be listed as in the “Speakers Cabinet,” to $10,000 per-person to be on the host committee to $5,000 per-person to attend.

Illinois Democratic Reps. Jan Schakowsky, Mike Quigley and Cheri Bustos’ names are listed on the invitation, obtained by the Sun-Times, with unspecified other members of the Illinois Congressional Delegation also joining the dinner at Mastro’s, 529 N. Dearborn.

Schakowsky and Quigley are the biggest DCCC contributors in the Illinois delegation.

Adam Blackwell, theMidwest & South Deputy Finance Director for the DCCC said in a note to prospects, “This will be Leader Pelosi’s first trip to Chicago this cycle, and we would be thrilled if you would join us for dinner and a discussion, as we lay the groundwork for next November’s elections. We are so grateful for your support and input.”

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