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PT Round-up: Sen. Lindsey Graham "tests the waters" with a fundraiser, Emily's List honors Hillary Clinton, Rep. Gwen Moore parties with bankers and Republicans go big in Iowa

As most of the country braces for yet another cold snap, Party Time is here to assure you that the political fundraising season is only heating up. We’ve got a jam-packed week of political parties on the books, but we also know there must be more brewing out there. Friends, what are we missing and what have you heard about? Share with your friends at Party Time! You can upload invites right here, or email us whatever you’ve got. No matter what, we keep our sources 100 percent confidential, meaning you can always feel comfortable sharing. And now, a look ...

Will Jeb Bush, Chris Christie win over conservatives at CPAC 2015?

The Conservative Political Action Conference kicked off its four-day lovefest on Wednesday afternoon, with a fistful of Republican personalities and White House hopefuls aiming to solidify their conservative bona fides and connect with the party’s activists. The yearly confab, hosted by the lobbying organization the American Conservative Union, always promises plenty of red-meat speeches and presidential positioning. But with 2016 shaping up to be one of the more wide-open presidential contests in recent memory, this year’s agenda features a particularly long list of speakers. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, Louisiana ...

PT Round-up: Sen. Amy Klobuchar throws a women’s breakfast, Kamala Harris fundraises in D.C., conservatives rally at CPAC and Jeb Bush- and Hillary Clinton-aligned super PACs party in Tampa

Congress is back from its “district work week” that found most members in their home states, and that can only mean one thing, party people: Our social calendar is packed with D.C. fundraisers. Yes, in between meetings and votes and floor speeches and media interviews, politicians will venture off Capitol Hill to glad-hand donors, aiming to fill up their campaign coffers for 2016. We’ve got a good amount of parties on the books this week, but what else have you heard about? Share whatever you’ve got with your friends at Party Time! You can email us or upload the goods ...

Sen. Joni Ernst headlines Arizona fundraiser for Sen. John McCain's 2016 campaign

Sen. John McCain takes advantage of Congress’ district work period this week with a fundraiser on Friday in his home state. The Arizona Republican will throw a high-dollar party in Scottsdale for his 2016 campaign, which would find him running for a sixth term in the Senate. Party organizers are calling the fundraiser a “winning women luncheon,” and a look at the bold-named lady attendees on the invite certainly drives home the idea. Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst – a conservative darling since she shot onto the national stage last year with her memorable hog castration-themed TV ad about cutting government ...

PT Round-up: Cleveland gets Ready for Hillary, Gov. Chris Christie parties in New Hampshire, and Jeb Bush fundraises like crazy; plus, the return of Eric Cantor to Party Time!

Since it’s the Monday of a holiday weekend, party people, we hope this weekly roundup finds you snuggled up against the cold snap that’s kicking the backsides of Northeasterners – or, perhaps, prepping for a party! With Congress out of D.C. on one of those enviable “district work periods,” the usual Capitol Hill hotspots won’t see their usual Party Time traffic. But PT’s social calendar shows that politicians aren’t totally taking the week off, shaking their moneymakers in their home states instead of the District. The partying schedule this week takes us from Alabama to Arizona, from Wisconsin to Wyoming, ...