Republican Senate candidate Beth Lindstrom will swing through Washington later this month, raising money as she looks to separate herself from the GOP field and square off with US Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Lindstrom, a longtime party operative who broke with President Trump in launching her candidacy in August, will raise money at the National Republican Senatorial Committee headquarters in D.C. on Oct. 25, according to an invitation obtained by the Globe. A Lindstrom aide confirmed the event.
Other Republicans vying for the party nomination next year include Shiva Ayyadurai, state Representative Geoff Diehl, and John Kingston.
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