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Below, invitation...

Congresswoman Judy Biggert H Congressman Don Manzullo H Congressman Tim Johnson
Congressman Aaron Schock H Congressman Peter Roskam H Congressman John Shimkus H Congressman Mark Kirk
Invite you to attend a breakfast in support of
Robert Dold Senator Randy Hultgren Adam Kinzinger
Republican Nominee for Congress Republican Nominee for Congress Republican Candidate for Congress
10th District 14th District 11th District
With Special Guests:
House Republican Leader John Boehner H House Republican Whip Eric Cantor
NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions H Chief Deputy Whip Kevin McCarthy
On Tuesday, June 22, 2010 H 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
$1,000 per individual/PAC H $3,000 Host
The Chicago Club H 81 East Van Buren H Chicago, Illinois
RSVP to: Laura Masterson at laura@wagnerco.org or 630.752.9661
Contributions to Illinois Majority Committee or any of the participating committees individually,
are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes.
Paid for by the Illinois Majority Fund, a joint fundraising committee authorized by and
composed of Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress, Randy Hultgren for
Congress and the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Illinois Majority Fund
PO Box 365
McLean, VA 22101
H Yes, I/We would like to attend the breakfast in support
of Bob Dold, Randy Hultgren and Adam Kinzinger and the
National Republican Congressional Committee to help restore
checks and balances in Washington. Enclosed is my/our check
in the amount of: $3,000 Chair $1000 Individual
Please make checks payable to the Illinois Majority Fund
H No, We are unable to attend, but please accept the enclosed
contribution in support of their campaigns restore checks
and balances the U.S. House: $____________________
Mail contributions to:
Lisa Wagner and Company, Inc. P.O. Box 446, Batavia, IL 60510 or
Fax form to Lisa Wagner and Company, Inc at 630.752.9679
Full Name
Spouse's Name (only if joint contribution)
Spouse's Signature (only if joint contribution)
Employer Occupation
Spouse's Employer (only if joint contribution)
Spouse's Occupation (only if joint contribution)
Address
City State         Zip
Phone Email
ALL CONTRIBUTORS MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION. Federal
CAMPAIGN FINANCE Law re quires us to USE OUR BEST EFFORTS TO COLLECT AND
report the nam E, MAILING address , occupation , and NAME OF Employer for
contributions that aggre gate in excess of $200 in an election CYCLE.
The Illinois Majority Fund ("JFC") is a joint fundraising committee composed of Dold for Congress
("Dold"), Kinzinger for Congress ("Kinzinger"), Randy Hultgren for Congress ("Hultgren") and the
National Republican Congressional Committee ("NRCC") (the "Committees", collectively).
Any contributions to JFC permissible under the Federal Election Campaign Act, as amended ("FECA"),
2 U.S.C. §§ 431 et seq., from donors who have not exceeded their applicable Federal contribution
limits shall be allocated among the Committees pursuant to FECA and the following method:
a. For contributions to the JFC totaling less than $6,000 and made by an individual or non-multicandidate
federal political committee, Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress and Randy Hultgren for
Congress shall receive, for deposit in their general accounts, one third (33.3%) of the contribution,
designated up to a maximum of $2,400 for the general election per Committee; and
b. For contributions to the JFC totaling more than $6,000 and made by an individual or non-multicandidate federal
political committee, Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress and Randy Hultgren for Congress shall receive,
for deposit in their general accounts, one third (33.3%) of the first $6,000, designated up to a maximum of
$2,000 for the general election per Committee. The National Republican Congressional Committee shall receive
any amount after the first $6,000, designated up to a maximum of $30,400. Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for
Congress and Randy Hultgren for Congress shall each receive, for deposit in their general accounts, one third
(33.3%) of any amount over the first $36,400, though each of the Committees shall not take more than $2,400
in total under this section from one individual or one non-multicandidate federal political committee.
c. For contributions to the JFC totaling less than $6,000 and made by a federal multi-candidate political committee, Dold
for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress and Randy Hultgren for Congress shall receive, for deposit in their general accounts,
one third (33.3%) of the contribution, designated up to a maximum of $5,000 for the general election per Committee.
d. For contributions to the JFC totaling more than $6,000 and made by a federal multi-candidate political
committee, Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress and Randy Hultgren for Congress shall receive, for
deposit in their general accounts, one third (33.3%) of the first $6,000, designated up to a maximum of
$2,000 for the general election per Committee. The National Republican Congressional Committee shall
receive any amount after the first $6,000 designated up to a maximum of $15,000. Dold for Congress,
Kinzinger for Congress and Randy Hultgren for Congress shall each receive, for deposit in their general
accounts, one third (33.3%) of any amount over the first $21,000, though each of the Committees shall not
take more than $5,000 in total under this section from one federal multi-candidate political committee.
The contributor's signature below shall serve as written designation of his or
her contribution to the particular elections described above.
All contributions otherwise permissible under FECA, but which would cause a contributor to exceed any applicable
Federal contribution limit to a specific committee, shall be reallocated to the remaining Committees to the extent
permitted by FECA according to this allocation formula. Any contribution that would cause a contributor to
exceed any applicable Federal contribution limit, even after re-allocation, or is otherwise impermissible under
FECA shall be refunded to the contributor. Any contributor may designate his or her contribution to a specific
participating Committee(s), to the extent permissible by FECA. Any contributor may make his or her contribution
payable directly to any of the specific participating Committee(s) listed in the Preamble to this Notice. Any such
designated contribution that causes the contributor to exceed the contribution limit to the designated Committee
shall not be reallocated by JFC absent the prior written permission of the contributor as required by law.
Contributions to JFC, or any of the participating committees individually, are not deductible as charitable
contributions for Federal income tax purposes. All funds received in response to this solicitation will be
subject to federal contribution limits and prohibitions. Contributions from corporations, labor union,
foreign nationals without "green cards," and federal government contractors are prohibited.
The maximum amount an individual or a non-multicandidate federal political committee may contribute
to JFC is $37,600. Individuals should review their personal contribution histories to determine how this
contribution may affect their biennial aggregate contribution limit for the 2009-2010 election cycle.
The maximum amount a multi-candidate political committee may contribute to JFC is $30,000.
Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of
employer of each individual whose aggregate contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle or calendar year, as applicable.
Paid for by the Illinois Majority Fund, a joint fundraising committee authorized
by and composed of Dold for Congress, Kinzinger for Congress, Randy Hultgren
for Congress and the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Illinois Majority Fund • PO Box 365

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