Republican fundraisers for $1000: 'Who is Alex Trebek?'

Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek is among the many hosts of a fundraiser tonight in Malibu for a Political Action Committee called Combat Veterans for Congress. The event, which costs $1,000 to attend, will benefit 18 Republican candiates with military backgrounds, including Duncan Hunter, Jr. (Calif.), former Rep. Steve Pearce (N.M.) and former Rep. Rob Simmons (Conn.), who is running for the open Senate seat in Connecticut.

The fundraising announcement invites donors to “Experience a unique and uplifting evening exchanging views with 18 patriotic and fiscally conservative Combat Veterans For Congress.” For VIP status, couples can contribute up to $10,000.

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