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GOP presidential advisor Karl Rove coming to Hawaii

Former presidential adviser Karl Rove is returning to Hawaii this month for a fundraiser with Republican gubernatorial candidate James “Duke” Aiona, the lieutenant governor.

The Aiona campaign is sponsoring Breakfast with Karl Rove next week.

Rove, architect of the campaigns of George W. Bush and a Fox News contributor, is to deliver a speak on “How to Win in Hawaii.”

Tickets are $500 per person, and all guests will be photographed with Rove and receive an autographed copy of his book, “Courage and Consequence,” according to an announcement sent to campaign supporters.

For $1,000, donors may be seated at the speaker’s table.

The event is scheduled for 8 a.m., June 18 at the Oahu Country Club.

Rove also helped raise money for the state GOP in February, delivering a speech at the party’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner.

Tickets to that event were $125, but donors also had the option of donating $2,500 to attend a breakfast with Rove the following morning.

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