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Hillary’s Obama Fund-raiser

Hillary Clinton will raise money for Barack Obama on Oct. 4 at the Edison in downtown Los Angeles.

It will be Clinton’s first trip to the area to raise money on behalf of the candidate.

Tickets for the event will be $500 per person, and $2,500-per-person for a VIP reception. Those who write or raise $10,000 get listed as co-hosts.

Money will go to the DNC’s Obama Victory Fund.

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