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Pawlenty hosts $10k-per-head fundraiser for Scott

Republican Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a potential 2012 presidential candidate, will host a fundraiser Oct. 19 for Florida's GOP nominee, Rick Scott.

The fundraiser for Scott, who campaigned as a political outsider unencumbered by potential political paybacks, is a $10,000-per-head private dinner held at the Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club in Naples, Scott's hometown. The money will be collected by the Republican Party of Florida.

Invitation here.

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Had enough

Scott's hometown Naples? I thought he has only been here 7yrs. $10,000 per head, shows how far apart Scott is with the middle class. Scott corporate candidate, he is not running for Governor for the people he is running for governor for Scott. What are his motives?

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