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Hillary Clinton Returns to L.A. for May 23 Fundraiser at Bryan Lourd’s Home

CAA’s Bryan Lourd and restaurateur Bruce Bozzi are hosting Hillary Clinton at their home on May 23 for a fundraiser.

It is the latest of a series of events the Clinton campaign is hosting this month as it courts Hollywood donors.

Anna Wintour will co-host the event, which is priced at $2,700 per person. Those who raise $10,000 will also get a photo with Clinton.

On Thursday, the campaign is holding a conversation with campaign manager Robby Mook and chief digital and technology strategist Teddy Goff at Craig’s in West Hollywood. Tickets are $250 per person.

On Friday, Meredith Baxter and Nancy Locke are hosting an event at their Santa Monica home featuring Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), Lily Tomlin, Meredith Baxter, comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer and radio host Stephanie Miller. Tickets start at $500 per person, with those who raise $10,000 listed as co-chairs and invited to a host reception as well as to a future event with Bill or Hillary Clinton.

Clinton was in Los Angeles last week for a campaign event at East Los Angeles College and a fundraiser in downtown Los Angeles hosted by city councilman Jose Huizar.

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