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PT Round-up: Gov. Chris Christie does fundraisers in New York and New Jersey, GOP hopefuls come out for Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, Hillary Clinton is a fundraising fiend and Martin O'Malley parties pre-announcement

Party people, this long weekend of BBQs and sunshine marks the unofficial start to summer, and politicians are celebrating the seasonal shift with some good, old-fashioned political partying. While us regular Janes and Joes are thrilled to enjoy a Monday holiday, Congress heads home for a full week, which can only mean one thing: lots of non-D.C. shindigs fill up Party Time’s social calendar this week. As we do our best to keep track of the who, what, when and where of fundraising, if you, dear friends, hear of anything in the works, let us know! Upload official invites right ...

PT Round-up: Jeb Bush parties for his PAC, Sen. Amy Klobuchar celebrates her birthday, and Sen. Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Marco Rubio fundraise for their presidential committees

Politicians keep up the cash collecting contest this week, with presidential hopefuls, members of Congress and local politicos hitting the money trail hard. When it comes to political partying, the partying never stops! We’ve got a good number of fundraisers on this week’s social calendar, but what are we missing? Friends, if you know of a political party in the works, let us know! Upload invites right here, or you can email us whatever you’ve got. It certainly takes a village to build up the database of fundraiser invites Party Time houses, and we really hope that political watchers continue ...

PT Round-up: Gov. Chris Christie parties for his PAC, Jeb Bush fundraises in Nevada and Iowa, Hillary Clinton looks for Manhattan money, and Sen. Harry Reid throws a fundraiser for his hoped-for successor

Another day, another fundraiser or five! This week’s social calendar is bursting with parties for presidential hopefuls, Senate candidates and groups in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire. Before we dive into this week’s highlights, what are we missing, party people? If you have an invite or know of an event that’s in the works, share with your friends at Party Time! You can upload the goods right here, or email us the details. Now here’s a quick roundup of your week in political partying! – PT noted last week that Gov. Chris Christie hit the road for ...

PT Round-up: President Barack Obama parties in New York and Oregon, Gov. Chris Christie hits the road for fundraisers, Hillary Clinton goes on a fundraising swing in California, and Carly Fiorina touches down in Iowa

Party people, if you feel like you’re in the throes of spring fever, you’re not alone. A quick look at this week’s social calendar shows that politicos are itching for a change of scenery, hitting the road for non-D.C. dollars. As the traditional ATM states (looking at you, New York and California!) are hopping with political partying, D.C. looks relatively quiet. And that makes Party Time think there must be more events happening out there that we don’t know about it. If you’ve got an invite or have heard of a political party in the works, share with your friends ...

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 ...