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Bill Nelson heading to NYC on Monday for fundraiser where he’ll tell “untold stories from the campaign trail”
A quartet of Democratic senators, including Florida’s Bill Nelson, along with Alaska’s Mark Begich, Ohio’s Sherrod Brown and New York’s Chuck Schumer - are headed to New York City, where on Monday morning they’ll tell “untold stories from the campaign trail” and dish on “tools for winning in 2012″ according to an invitation.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Executive Director Guy Cecil will moderate the discussion, which will take place at the Westin at Times Square.
Tickets start at $100 and range all the way up to $30,800 for “majority trust” status. Contributions of $5,000 or more earn the donor a “senatorial photo-op.”
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