Wayzata power couple Sam Heins and Stacey Mills, of the Minneapolis law firm Heins, Mills & Olson, made the invitation list for Wednesday night’s state dinner at the White House for British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Heins and Mills are listed among 444 “bundlers” for President Obama’s reelection campaign, having raised $251,458, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
Other Minnesota bundlers include Dean Phillips of Phillips Distilling ($197,050), St. Paul attorney Richard Cohen ($27,875), and Dorsey & Whitney attorney Amy Sterner ($2,950).
Heins and Mills were the only Minnesotans on the official White House invitation list.
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