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Thursday, October 2, 2008

Consider this your invitation ...

Posted By on Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:31 AM

... to a fund-raiser for the Obama Victory Fund featuring Sen. Hillary Clinton at the Edgehill home of Kaki and Max Mehlburger.

https://my.barackobama.com/page/contribute/Oct10LittleRock

Please join

Governor Mike Beebe

Hon. David and Mrs. Barbara Pryor

U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln, U.S. Senator Mark Pryor

Hon. Marion Berry, Hon. Mike Ross, Hon. Vic Snyder

Lt. Governor Bill Halter

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel

General Wesley & Gert Clark

and

Lisa Ferrell & Jim Jackson, Kaki Hockersmith & Max Mehlburger

Jennifer & Lane Kidd, Sam Ledbetter, Richard Mays, Donna & Mack McLarty

Pat O’Brien, Scott Trotter, Kathy Webb, Nicole & Darrin Williams

***Committee in formation***

In welcoming

Senator Hillary Clinton

for a reception benefiting

The Obama Victory Fund

Friday, October 10, 2008

Host Reception: 6:30 PM

General Reception: 7:30 PM

At the home of

Kaki Hockersmith & Max Mehlburger

49 Edgehill Road

Little Rock, AR

Host Reception: $10,000 (write or raise)

General Reception: $1,000 per person

RSVP REQUIRED

CONTRIBUTE ONLINE: https://my.barackobama.com/page/contribute/Oct10LittleRock

R.S.V.P. information attached. For more information please contact

Jenny Cizner at (312) 819‐2457 or jcizner@barackobama.com.

Obama Victory Fund does not accept contributions from currently registered federal lobbyists, registered foreign agents,

political action committees, or minors under the age of 16. Federal law prohibits the acceptance of corporate contributions.

Contributions or gifts to Obama Victory fund are not tax deductible.

Paid for by Obama Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee authorized by Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee.

 


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