Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Minnesota for a rally on Saturday

Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Minnesota on Saturday.

The event will be a political fundraiser for Governor Tim Walz’s re-election campaign, according to an invitation sent to the Star Tribune. Tickets for the event range from $50 for students and $125 for general seats to $1,000 for “premium VIP” seats.

Spaces are limited and will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis for the event in the early afternoon, as per the invitation. The location and specific time will be shared on RSVP, the invite said.

The vice president traveled to Connecticut and Texas this month to discuss access to reproductive rights and chaired the second meeting of the Interagency Working Group on Access to Reproductive Health Care at the House Blanche, according to an administration press release.

Since May, she has hosted more than 20 events and met with more than 180 lawmakers from 18 states to discuss reproductive rights protections, according to the press release.

On Oct. 14, Harris met with 75 student leaders, including at least one from St. Olaf College, to talk about access to reproductive health care on college campuses and how students are organizing in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Walz is running for re-election against GOP nominee Scott Jensen in the Nov. 8 election. Early voting began last month.

Recent campaign finance reports show that Jensen’s fundraising has surged in the past two months, but he continues to track Walz’s overall fundraising.

Jensen has re-raised Walz over the past two months by around $254,000. Meanwhile, Walz has spent more than double what Jensen has doled out over the past two months and the Democrat’s overall fundraising this year and remaining money is still significantly higher than his opponent.

Walz raised $4.4 million and Jensen raised around $3 million.

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