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Chelsea Clinton plans fund-raising stop in Little Rock

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Chelsea Clinton will be in Little Rock next week to help raise money for her mother's run for president.

She'll be at the home of Tiffany and Daniel Robinson Wednesday evening, April 6. 

The Clinton campaign website has a page to sign up — $100 suggested for "young professionals." A $2,700 contribution entitles a giver to participation in the "host reception."

From an invitation:

Chelsea shares the same commitment as her mom to advance the full participation of women and girls, ensure all kids live up to their potential and empower the next generation of change-makers. 


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