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Marco Rubio holds Tallahassee breakfast fundraiser April 7

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio returns to his old stomping grounds — Tallahassee — for a Rubio Victory PAC breakfast fundraising reception on April 7 for the prospective 2016 presidential candidate.

On Monday, Rubio announced he will have”something important” to say a few days later, on April 13.

The $1-000-a-plate general reception begins 8:30 a.m. at the Governors Club Plantation Room, 202 S. Adams St. in Tallahassee. There will be a VIP meet-and-greet at 8 a.m.

A place as co-host is $2,500 per person; $5,000 per person gets a spot on the host committee.

In attendance as the host committee is a catalog of some of the biggest Republican power players, lobbyists and political insiders: Sebastian Aleksander, Gaston Cantens, Len Collins, Nick Fererri, Adam Hasner, Bill Helmich, Nick Iarossi, Chris Moya, Evan Power and Scott Ross.

Listed as co-hosts: Ellyn Bogdanoff, Hurley Booth, Michael Cantens, Ken Granger, Jeff Hartley, Ron LaFace, Robert Reyes, Jared Ross and Derek Whitis.

For questions or to RSVP, contact Annie Baker at (713) 201-6454 or at annie@reclaimamericapac.com.

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