Hillary Clinton to attend Chicago fundraisers in late May

Chicago (CNN)Hillary Clinton will headline two fundraisers in her hometown of Chicago on May 20, according to two invitations obtained by CNN.

Clinton will start her afternoon in the Windy City with a fundraiser at the home of Fred Eychaner, a philanthropist, chairman of Newsweb Corporation and prolific Democratic donor.
Eychaner has been a longtime Clinton supporter and has donated more than $25 million to The Clinton Foundation. He is also a supporter of Priorities USA, a Democratic super PAC run by former Clinton aides that recently received the presidential candidate's blessing.
Clinton will then head to the home of J.B. Pritzker, the co-founder of the Pritzker Group and Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign co-chair, and his wife, M.K. According to his own reported estimates, he raised upwards of $1 million for her failed bid.
    Pritzker is the brother of Penny Pritzker, the current secretary of commerce.
    "Please join us for a conversation with Hillary Rodham Clinton in support of Hillary for America," both invites read.
    The Chicago Sun-Times first reported that Clinton was holding the events.
    The two fundraisers will be Hillary Clinton's first visit to her hometown of Chicago since she declared her second presidential campaign last month. Clinton was raised in Park Ridge, a small Chicago suburb, and regularly mentions her Midwestern roots.
    The fundraisers will be part of Clinton's "Hillstarter" program that asks donors to raise a total of $27,000 by encouraging 10 people to donate the maximum $2,700. The invites also give donors a chance to "host" the event by raising $50,000. Clinton has already held Hillstarter events in New York, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
    She is spending Friday in Silicon Valley, where she will headline a fundraiser at the home of Eileen Chamberlain and John Donahoe, CEO of eBay.