Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will make his Minnesota debut on the campaign trail Aug. 19, according to an event invitation obtained by the Star Tribune.
The fundraiser will be held in Minneapolis, though a specific location and time will not be given until donors RSVP. Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus will host the event for Trump Victory Fund, a moneymaking effort with the RNC.
Minnesota broadcasting magnate Stanley Hubbard, along with other prominent local Republicans, will also be in attendance.
It remains unclear if Trump will hold any sort of rally for supporters while visiting the Twin Cities. This marks his first stop in the Land of 10,000 Lakes since announcing his candidacy. Trump had no known events in Minnesota before its March 1 caucuses.
Attendees must make a minimum donation of $1,000 per person; a maximum tier is for gifts of $100,000 or more per person. Donations will fund the real estate mogul’s presidential campaign, the RNC and state Republican races.
Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton visited Minneapolis during a similar campaign stop last month, where she spoke to the American Federation of Teachers union before holding a fundraiser. Minnesota Senators Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar, who have both endorsed Clinton, stood by her side.
Before he comes to Minneapolis, Trump will hold rallies in Des Moines and Green Bay with his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, on Aug. 5.