Vice President Dick Cheney says issues of national security should be at the top of the agenda this fall. He says every voter in America needs to know where Republicans stand, as well as how Democrats think the fight should be carried out.
Cheney appeared Monday at a Republican Party of Wisconsin fundraiser at the Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee. The Vice President focused mainly on the war in Iraq and the terrorist threat in his remarks. Although, he also urged the party faithful to help rally Republican votes for the mid-term elections.
The cost to attend the fundraiser started at a donation of $1,000, with over 100 people present. Donors could also get a photograph taken with Cheney for $5,000 per couple.