Rogers said that if McFadden answers the questions simply and honestly it will have a strong impact on the gathered attendees.
Tom Erickson, McFadden spokesman, says McFadden is looking forward to the event.
"No one is working harder than Mike to earn the GOP nomination and Mike looks forward to sharing his vision of a limited but effective government with this groups’s members and explaining why he’s the best candidate to beat Al Franken in November," Erickson said.
McFadden is vying against a handful of other Republicans for the chance to take on Franken in the fall.
Republican Senate candidate Julianne Ortman has had a warmer reception from Minnesota and national Tea Party activists.
After some of the most momentous weeks of his presidency, including court victories on gay marriage and Obamacare and an emotional eulogy for the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, President Barack Obama turned his attention back to an ongoing theme of his presidency: Economic fairness.
While the nation's attention turns to the 2016 presidential race and the ever-growing field of candidates, President Barack Obama will try to drive a message he's been repeating since his first campaign: economic fairness.