The Chamber of Commerce is not known to be a great lover of Democrats. Sure, their JobsPAC gives to moderate Dems in safe Democratic seats during the primary, but come November it’s GOP time. Until now. JobsPAC gave more than $55,000 to an IE on behalf of Democrat Lou Correa, perhaps the top GOP Senate target in the state. Under the direction of Rob Lapsley, it looks like the Chamber’s political arm is tweaking their political profile, and ponying up for Democrats they see as truly business friendly. Not that it’s a very long list, we imagine … We know, we know. Fundraisers are supposed to happen before the big legislative bill deadline. But this one’s a bit different than the actual Capitol fundraiser – it’s actually going to be a good time. And it’s for a good cause. This Friday, Sept. 10., is the annual Christian Brothers Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza. The event, which will be held on the Christian Brothers campus at 4315 Martin Luther King Blvd., will feature a limited-edition private reserve wine tasting with some of the best wine makers in the region. The party will also feature a silent auction, and four live bands, including Wonderbread 5. For more information, check out www.cbhswinetasting.com.