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PT Round-up: Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Mitt Romney all hit the fundraising trail; Chris Christie travels to Ohio; Pat Roberts and Jeb Bush party in Kansas

Hello, party people! Fall is in the air: The leaves are changing, just about everything is pumpkin-flavored and politicians are doubling up on their fundraising efforts. But with members of Congress back in their home districts until after the midterms, much of this week’s partying takes place far away from the usual hotspots around Capitol Hill. As politicians begin the last full month of campaigning and cash collecting before the election, Party Time preps for a full-on fundraising frenzy. Our social calendar may be packed, but we know there’s more going on out there. What’s brewing in your home state? ...

PT Round-up: Clintons, Obamas come out for Democratic Senate candidates, Michelle Nunn parties with Usher, and a birthday fundraiser for Gov. Chris Christie

Party people, for months now we’ve been anticipating a fall season bursting at the seams with political fundraisers. And here we are, in the second full week of September, with a jam-packed social calendar. This week, D.C.-based partying is back in full swing after the traditional emptying out of Capitol Hill during August, which saw plenty of on-the-road fundraising. Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Ill., is one politician taking advantage of D.C.’s summertime-in-September weather, throwing a fundraiser at Nationals Park during Tuesday night’s Nats-Braves matchup. It’s a popular party spot, but usually it’s to watch your home team take on the Nats ...

PT Round UP: Murder Mysteries in NY, Rick Perry heads South, Scott Brown kicks off Senate Push

Hey party animals, just one week before we inflate the kiddie pool and break out the illegal fireworks! And while you’re still figuring out how much potato salad you can cram in your fridge, politicians from sea to shining sea are honoring our nation by collecting as many portraits of dead presidents as they can. On greenbacks, that is. Happy birthday America, it’s political party time! The past weekend saw one of the more innovative fundraisers to cross PT's desk lately: One New York state legislative candidate's very own “Who Dunnit?” murder mystery. That’s right, on June 29th, Rich Cocchiara, ...

PT Round-up: Mitt Romney parties big, Sen. Mary Landrieu throws crawfish fest in D.C., and Republicans fundraise in Iowa

Hello, party people! It’s been a busy few weeks on our social calendar, with some politicians raising last-minute cash before their primary elections and others throwing down last-minute endorsements. There’s never a dull moment when it comes to political partying. It’s a lot to keep up with, and we can always use an extra helping hand or two. When you take a look at this week’s schedule, what have we missed? Email us tips and newspaper clippings, or upload official invites right here. What have you heard about, faithful partiers? Let us know! As we look ahead to this packed ...

PT Round-up: Mitt Romney returns to the fundraising circuit, Thom Tillis comes to D.C., and Rep. Joe Garcia has three parties in three days

They’re baaaaack! Party people, Congress is returning to D.C., so, obviously, the best way to celebrate is with a fundraiser … or two … or three. Our social calendar blows up this week with 28 parties as politicians come back to Capitol Hill after their weeklong recess. Ready them checkbooks! This week also ushers in installments of two recurring fundraisers for Republican congressmen. Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., has his first of nine breakfast funders on Thursday morning at the Capitol Hill Club. If you throw down $5,000, you get two seats at each of the monthly breakfasts, cleverly titled the ...