Former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential aspirant Hillary Rodham Clinton lined up multiple fundraisers for May 7 in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the Hollywood community is no longer divided, unlike last time Hillary ran for president, and ready to put “big money” into her campaign. In 2008 loyalties were divided between Clinton and then-Sen. Barack Obama.
Clinton’s first reception will gather 125 people at the WLA home of former chair of the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project and current board member Catherine Unger.
Other fundraising events for the former First Lady will be a luncheon reception at the Pacific Palisades home of Steven and Dana Bochco, followed by a 350 people dinner hosted by Debbie and Sim Farar. The latter event will feature special guest Sen. Barbara Boxer and will cost invitees $2,700 per person (or $5,400 per couple), which is the legal maximum.
“Co-hosts and hosts will have the opportunity to take a photo with Hillary,” the email regarding the Farar event reads. “Your early support and investment will enable the campaign to build the data, digital, and organizing tools necessary to compete.”
Media mogul Haim Saban and his wife, Cheryl will also host a Hillary event with 500 guests, which will include DreamWorks Animation Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Other Hollywood A-listers Steven Spielberg and “Girls” creator Lena Dunham have already backed Hillary Clinton for President the Times reported. “I’ve never seen so many people not only willing to contribute, but willing to ask their friends and colleagues to contribute too!” said Katzenberg’s and Spielberg’s political consultant Andy Spahn.