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PT Round-up: Presidential wannabes continue partying hard, with fundraisers this week for Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush's Right to Rise super PAC, Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton

Party people, we are still in the first half of 2015, but politicians are partying like it’s a big-time election year. Our social calendar this week is dominated by fundraisers for politicians with their eyes on the White House. – Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, gets things going on Monday, with a fundraiser in his home state for his presidential committee. On Wednesday, he parties in D.C. with Chuck and Debra Cooper, who hosted an event for Cruz back in 2013. For those keeping track of the which-GOP-candidate-would-attend-a-same-sex-wedding storyline, here’s an interesting nugget: Chuck Cooper defended California’s Proposition 8 at the ...

PT Round-up: Jeb Bush has five fundraisers, baseball brings out the bucks, politicians party during JazzFest, and Republican presidential hopefuls head to Iowa

Spring is in the air, party people, and D.C. is starting to blossom and bloom. The trees are green, birds are chirping and parks are buzzing with people excited to shed those winter coats. And wouldn’t you know it? Politicians are coming out of the woodwork, too, throwing parties left and right. Our social calendar this week shows plenty of activity, but what are we missing? Do you know of a fundraiser in the works? Share with your friends at Party Time! You can email us whatever you’ve got, or upload invitations with our easy and confidential tool right here. ...

PT Round-up: Republicans descend on New Hampshire, Rep. Barbara Comstock has a D.C breakfast, Illinois Senate race features dueling fundraisers, Rep. Joe Kennedy bowls for dollars, plus a long weekend in California

They’re baaaaaaack! Party people, the congressional spring break has come to a close, and perhaps the best indicator is the uptick in political partying in our nation’s capital. That’s right – the politicians are back from their home districts, and that means it’s time to hunt for some dollars in the District. Our social calendar is popping with Washington events, but we are sure there are more parties happening out there. What have you heard about? Share with your friends at Party Time! You can email us, or upload invites using our easy (and confidential) tool right here. Now let’s ...

Rand Paul Is Running: Where has the newest official candidate for president been fundraising all these years?

Sen. Rand Paul’s announcement on Tuesday that he is running for president – officially – surprised few political watchers who have been tracking his every move and muttering since he first burst onto the national scene during the Tea Party wave of 2010. Just two weeks after the 2012 election, the Kentucky Republican told ABC News he was “interested” in running for higher office. Since that interview, Paul has checked just about all of the requisite boxes for someone looking at a White House run. New book set to publish in summer 2015? Check. Call out another first-term senator (and ...

PT Round-up: Sen. Rand Paul fundraises in South Carolina, Sen. Rick Santorum and Gov. Rick Perry party in Iowa, and a couple of weekend getaways keep spring break going

It’s week two of the congressional spring break, and PT’s schedule of fundraiser events continues to lean on outside-of-D.C. hotspots like South Carolina, Boston, Iowa and Manhattan. It’s hard work, traveling for campaign cash, but somebody’s got to do it! We’ve got a decent batch of goodies on this week’s social calendar, but we are confident there are plenty more shindigs happening out there. What have you heard about, party people? Let us know! Share official invites using our simple (and confidential) upload feature, or you can email us. Now let’s dive into your week in political partying! – Sen. ...