ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — All three Democratic contenders for president are heading to Minnesota for a state party fundraiser.

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will join the state’s biggest Democratic names and supporters for a dinner in St. Paul on Feb. 12. Minnesota DFL Party chairman Ken Martin announced the trio of special guests for the fundraiser on Wednesday.

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The party expects the event to be their biggest fundraising event in party history.

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The three candidates have all made prior stops in Minnesota, which hosts its presidential caucuses on March 1. Clinton outlined her plan to prevent terrorist attacks in Minneapolis on Tuesday.

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