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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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