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Friday, May 11, 2007
Hillary courts 'Young Hollywood'

LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Among the stops on Sen. Hillary Clinton's trip to the Golden State later this month will be a fundraising event with a group of young celebrities.

The event, billed by the campaign as a "Young Hollywood Reception," will be held at the home of movie director Brett Ratner. Among the co-hosts are singer Christina Aguilera, "Desperate Housewives" co-star Eva Longoria, and actor Jeremy Piven of HBO's comedy "Entourage."

The entry fee for the reception is a relatively modest $250, but a $1000 contribution will allow access to a VIP pre-reception as well as an after-party. The maximum contribution for any single donor is $4600.

Read the invitation (PDF)

-- CNN Political Research Director Robert Yoon

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