Steve Kagen bringing in the big names

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Seems Steve Kagen likes propping up the campaign chest outside the 8th District.  If I were a hotel or restaurant in the 8th I’d be a little ticked at Steve for not holding this fundraiser in say Green Bay or Appleton.  From Mike Tate Watch:

Save the Date ~ Save the Date

Please join our Host Committee and Friends

along with Special Guest

The Hon. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD)

For an Evening Reception and Dinner with

Congressman Steve Kagen, M.D.

Wisconsin – District 8

Milwaukee Athletic Club

758 North Broadway * Milwaukee, WI 53202

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Dinner from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Contribution Levels:
PAC Host: $2,500
PAC Guest / Individual Host: $1,000
Single Ticket: $250 / Couple: $400

**Please click here to RSVP**

To RSVP or for additional information, please contact

Katy Stanton at (414) 747-9514 or at katy.stanton@googlemail.com
or Jon Bernal at 920-733-8683 or jon@kagen4congress.com

Make contributions payable to Kagen 4 Congress

100 W. College Ave, Ste. 50-D, Appleton, WI 54911

www.stevekagen.com FEC ID # C00412809

Then again maybe Congressman Kagen was hoping that his courting of a big name Congressman for a fundraiser would slip under the radar.  Much like this fundraiser in Massachussets.

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5 thoughts on “Steve Kagen bringing in the big names

  1. Given the fact that Kagen usually does his fundraising in MA, this is a positive development. True, it’s not like it’s in his actual district ro anything, but at least it’s in Wisconsin. He’s getting closer!

  2. Agreed he is getting closer. The surprising thing is that he’s coming this close this early.

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