Paul Ryan hits Chicago Oct. 5 for mega-Mitt fund-raiser

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WASHINGTON–Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan hits Chicago on Oct. 5 for a mega fund-raiser at the Palmer House, with the marketing pitched, at the highest end, to $151,600 per couple.

The co-hosts include top Chicago and Illinois figures on Mitt Rommey’s national finance team–including Ken and Ann Griffin, Susan Crown, Ron Gidwitz and Muneer Satter.

One of the perks offered major donors is an invite to a “retreat” in New York–which will include face time with major Romney campaign figures. Here are the price and perk breakdowns: The October 5 dinner for two, photo-op and general reception, and all Romney Victory Founding Partner Benefits, including invitation for two to attend NY Fall Retreat…. ($75,800 per person/$151,600 per couple). The October 5 dinner for two, photo-op and general reception, all Romney Victory Member Benefits, including invitation for two to the NY Fall Retreat. …($50,000 per person/$100,000 per couple). The October 5 private dinner , photo-op and general reception…($25,000 per person/$50,000 per couple). The October 5 Reception with Photo-Opportunity and General Reception…($10,000 per person/$20,000 per couple). The October 5 General Reception…($2,500 per person). Event co-chairs ANNE & KEN GRIFFIN REP. AARON SCHOCK SHIRLEY & PATRICK G. RYAN MELISSA & REEVE WAUD Other hosts BRIAN BATTLE CHARLIE BOBRINSKOY L ISA AND STEVE BONNER RON BULLOCK MAYOR ROGER CLAAR SUSAN CROWN CRAIG DUCHOSSOIS DAN DUMEZICH TY FAHNER MARK FILIP RON GIDWITZ SUE & TERRY GRAUNKE DAVID HERRO JUDY AND VERNE ISTOCK SEN. MARK KIRK JEREMY KATZ PATRICIA & VINCENT KOLBER YVETTE & LOU KLOBUCHAR WILLIAM KUNKLER JIMMY JOHN LIAUTAUD TRACI &E. BARRY MANSUR Redp. DON MANZULLO ROBERT MCCORMACK RICHARD PORTER SANDY PERL TREASURER DAN RUTHERFORD MUNEER SATTER MARK SLABY MARIA & WILLIAM SMITHBURG (AS OF 9-17-22)

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