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Nebraska Congressmen Headlining Fundraiser for Fischer

Nebraska Republican Reps. Jeff Fortenberry, Adrian Smith and Lee Terry are headlining a fundraiser for Republican Senate candidate Deb Fischer next Tuesday at the American Trucking Associations. As the invite shows, the ask is $1,000 for hosts, $250 for sponsors and $50 for guests.

In other fundraising news, Reps. Tim Griffin (R-Ark.) and Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) are attending a policy dinner and fundraiser for ImmigrationWorks USA, which supports making it easier for legal immigrants to come to the United States to work. The suggested contribution for the dinner, which is taking place next Wednesday, is $500.

"This gift will support ImmigrationWorks as it mobilizes business owners, large and small, in the fight for better immigration law - it is not a campaign contribution to either member of Congress," the invite says. "In the past year, both Rep. Chaffetz and Rep. Griffin have floated constructive changes to the immigration code that would make it easier for high-skilled foreigners to enter or remain permanently in the United States."

CORRECTION: This post previously misidentified the state Rep. Tim Griffin represents. It is Arkansas.

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