Pelosi to raise money for Walz on Sunday

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will hold a fundraiser for DFL Rep. Tim Walz on Sunday morning in Minneapolis. Pelosi’s press office said no public events are confirmed but said the office will send out an advisory if that changes.

Pelosi will make a public appearance. See below.

Here’s the fundraising letter:

Please join us for a brunch honoring

TIM WALZ FOR U.S. CONGRESS

Along with special guest Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi

Sunday, June 7, 2009 11:30 a.m.

At the home of Tom Borman

The Carlyle • Suite 3701

100 Third Avenue South

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Host Committee

Tom Borman Chairman James Oberstar John & Sage Cowles Chairman Collin Peterson Honorable Mark Dayton Congresswoman Betty McCollum Jim & Pam Deal Congressman Keith Ellison James Dolan Senator Klobuchar Lee Lynch & Terry Saario John Morgan

Co-Hosts Mark Abeln & Monica Little • Patricia Bloodgood • Frances Davis Paula DeCosse • Ronald & Joyce DeHarpporte Adam Duinick & Jamie Tincher • George Flannery • Barbara Forster William George • Richard Kahn • Marin Lueck • Alida Messinger Katherine D. Nielsen • David Potter & Darwin Lookinbill Peter & Patricia Riley • Amy & Mark Rotenberg • Walter Sawicki Judith & Jim Scoville • John Sullivan • Ruth Usem • H. William Walter David & Ruth Waterbury

Host Contribution: $2400

Co-Host Contribution: $1000

Guest: $250

With Questions or to RSVP please call Justin Buoen (612) 378-1300

Paid for by Tim Walz for U.S. Congress P.O Box 938 Mankato, MN 56002

Here’s info on Pelosi’s public appearance:

Pelosi and DFL Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minneapolis), Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and other elected officials and tribal leaders will tour the American Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center (AIOIC) this Sunday to witness firsthand the economic recovery package at work. The Speaker will meet with students and employers of the American Indian OIC Summer and Year Round Youth Employment Program funded by the economic recovery package passed by the Congress and signed into law by the President.

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