McConnell, Cornyn, McCain to raise money for Crist

The biggest Republican names in the Senate will raise money for Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (R) in Washington.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellProgressive group changes tone on Kaine Trump hits Kaine on TPP: He supports a 'job killer' Clinton maps out first 100 days MORE (R-Ky.), National Republican Senatorial Commmittee (NRSC) Chairman John CornynJohn CornynGOP senators to donors: Stick with us regardless of Trump Hopes dim for mental health deal Overnight Finance: Senate punts on Zika funding | House panel clears final spending bill | Biz groups press Treasury on tax rules | Obama trade rep confident Pacific deal passes this year MORE (R-Texas) and 2008 GOP presidential nominee John McCainJohn McCainFox News bests major networks in convention ratings Meghan McCain: ‘I no longer recognize my party’ Why a bill about catfish will show whether Ryan's serious about regulatory reform MORE (R-Ariz.) headline an event for Crist being held June 22 at the NRSC, according to an invitation obtained by The Hill.

Republican Conference Chairman Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderGOP senators to donors: Stick with us regardless of Trump Overnight Healthcare: Mysterious new Zika case | Mental health bill in doubt | Teletraining to fight opioids Hopes dim for mental health deal MORE (R-Tenn.) will also be there, along with GOP power players Charlie Black, Ben Ginsberg, former Veterans Affairs Secretary Anthony Principi and Recording Industry Association of America CEO Mitch Bainwol.

Crist faces a primary with former state House Speaker Marco RubioMarco RubioBudowsky: Why Warren masters Trump Meghan McCain: ‘I no longer recognize my party’ Five ways Trump’s convention was a success MORE, but the governor has the NRSC's endorsement and the full-throated backing of the GOP establishment. He is a strong favorite.

The price to attend the fundraiser is $1,000 per person and $2,000 per political action committee. Hosts must round up $10,000, and they get to attend a private dinner with Crist.

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