LOS ANGELES—Former Secretary of State and Democratic Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton will be holding two fundraisers in Los Angeles on Monday, May 23. Her fundraisers are being hosted by Creative Artists Agency (CAA) managing partner Lourd and Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour. The fundraisers will be held at the home of Bryan Lourd and his partner Bruce Bozzi, who is a co-owner of The Palm restaurants.
Ticket cost range from $2,700 to $10,000 for co-hosts who will get to take a photo with Clinton. According to federal law, the max individual contribution a candidate can receive for their party’s presidential nomination is $2,700. Clinton has the Hillary Victory Fund, which is a joint-fundraising committee that sends money to committees including the Democratic National Committee and 32 state party committees.
Lourd was also at the April 16 fundraiser hosted by George and Amal Clooney. Another fundraiser will be held at Hancock Park. Tickets cost $1,000. Clinton will take photos with individuals who raise $20,000. Her visit will be the 12th time to the Los Angeles area since she declared she was running for president on April 12, 2015 and the second visit this month. The visit is two weeks before the California primary.
During her previous visits, she held 26 fundraisers. Her last visit on May 5 she held two fundraisers. One of those fundraisers was at the home of actor George Clooney.
On May 26, the campaign will be presenting a conversation with campaign manager Robby Mook and chief digital and technology strategist Teddy Goff at Craig’s West Hollywood. Tickets cost $250 per person.
On May 27, actresses Meredith Baxter and Nancy Locke are having an event at their Santa Monica home. Other notable attendees include Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin), actress Lily Tomlin, comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer and radio host Stephanie Miller. Costs to attend the event will be $500 per person. Indivduals who raise/pay $10,000 are listed as co-chairs and invited to a host reception and to a future event with Bill or Hillary Clinton.
Last week, Clinton was in Los Angeles at East Los Angeles College for a campaign event and at a fundraiser in downtown Los Angeles hosted by City Councilman Jose Huizar.