Hillary Clinton Attending Multiple Events
Posted by Amanda Macke on Oct 30, 2013 - 9:58:14 AM
BEVERLY HILLS—Hillary Clinton is scheduled to attend a series of upcoming events in
Los Angeles, beginning with a fundraising luncheon for Democrats on Wednesday, October 30.
Hillary Clinton with Haim Saban.
The former Secretary of State will join a fundraising luncheon hosted by media mogul and Democratic campaign contributor Haim Saban and his wife Cheryl at their
Beverly Hills mansion on October 30, according to various media outlets. The invitation reportedly costs $15,000 per person and $25,000 per couple to attend.
The money raised will go towards Terry McAuliffe’s campaign to become the next governor of
Virginia. The Democratic candidate is a close family friend to the
Clintons and has received notable endorsements from both Hillary and Bill Clinton as the November 5 election date approaches.
The MALI Awards Invitation.
Hillary returned to electoral politics on October 19, when she gave a rally speech in support of McAuliffe’s election in
Virginia. It was her first campaign appearance in nearly five years and fueled expectations of a 2016 presidential run.
While Hillary is fundraising in
Beverly Hills, her husband former President Bill Clinton and McAuliffe will be campaigning in
Virginia for one of their announced series of “Putting Jobs First” events.
After the luncheon,
Clinton will be honored by the humanitarian relief non-profit organization, International Medical Corps, at their annual awards celebration on Friday, November 8 at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel.
Mrs. Clinton will then be honored by the Mexican American Leadership Initiative (MALI) of the U.S.-Mexico Foundation at an awards brunch at USC on November 9. According to their website, the foundation’s mission is to foster a constructive relationship between the societies of the
United States and
Mexico and have selected Hillary Clinton as their 2013 MALI Award recipient.
The sold-out event, titled “Shared Destiny Encounter” will also host former Secretary of Housing & Urban Development Henry Cisneros and former Secretary of Commerce Carlos GutiÃ©rrez.