Vice President Pence Cancels Beverly Hills Fundraising Trip To Focus On Hurricane Recovery

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The Beverly Hilton sign, Pence cancels fundraising trip to focus on hurricane recovery
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 10: The Beverly Hilton, sign, atmosphere at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California

Vice President Mike Pence has cancelled a fundraising trip scheduled for this week because of hurricane recovery efforts, it was reported Tuesday.

Beverly Hilton Fundraiser Cost $100,000 To Attend

Pence had been scheduled to headline four high-dollar fundraisers in the state on Thursday and Friday to bolster California’s vulnerable GOP members of Congress, according to invitations obtained by the Los Angeles Times. The largest — a reception and dinner at the Beverly Hilton on Thursday — cost up to $100,000 to attend.

Fundraisers Could Go On Without Him

Lt. Michael Hill of the Beverly Hills Police Department told The Timeas that it had been informed by the U.S. Secret Service that Pence would no longer be attending. He said it was unclear if the remainder of the fundraiser, which features House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, would go on as scheduled or postponed altogether.

Funds Go To California Victory 2018 PAC

The fundraisers were supposed to benefit California Victory 2018, a joint fundraising committee that benefits Pence’s and McCarthy’s political action committees, the National Republican Congressional Committee and the congressional campaign accounts of McCarthy, Darrel Issa of Vista, Dana Rohrabacher of Costa Mesa, Mimi Walters of Irvine, Ed Royce of Fullerton, Steve Knight of Palmdale, David Valadao of Hanford and Jeff Denham of Turlock, The Times reported.

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Vice President Pence Cancels Beverly Hills Fundraising Trip To Focus On Hurricane Recovery
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Vice President Mike Pence has cancelled a fundraising trip scheduled for this week because of hurricane recovery efforts, it was reported Tuesday.
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