On January 30 the Ready For Hillary Super PAC had its first fundraiser — despite the fact that Hillary Clinton has not yet announced a run for the White House in 2016. Nearly 200 eager young friends gathered at G Lounge, paying $20.16 each (get it?), to organize and rally for the former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State. The evening was a one-two punch for Hillary as bigger donors first gathered at 5:30 p.m. at the Morris Cafe for a soiree hosted by Duane Morris partner Alan Kessler and Ballard Spahr partner Ken Jarin with tickets ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. Then the party moved down the block to G Lounge at 7 p.m. for a party hosted by Dan Kessler and a committee of 30. The supporters were fired up, and plan many more parties to help get Ready for Hillary.
Ready For Hillary at G Lounge
Collin Sautny and Elliot Griffin
Kathryn Epps Roberson and Gordon Roberson
From left: Kristen Leon, Anna Rosenblatt and Margaret Brubaker are Ready for Hillary!
From left: Zack Wilkins, Steve Harris and Paul Mascola
Co-founders of the young political group The Pattison Ball Kellan White and his fiancée, Nicole Allen.
From left: Mark Kessler, Dan Kessler, Alan Kessler, Blondell Reynolds Brown and Christian Dunbar
Sean Gavin and Maeve Kelly Gavin
From left: Christian Dunbar, Malcolm Kenyatta and Kevin Frein
From left: Tomas Sanchez, Rafael Alvarez, Quetcy Lozada, Councilwoman Maria D. Quiñones-Sánchez, John Haye, Leyla K. Moreno and Danilo Burgos
Roddy Flynn and Emerald Smith
Gosia and Robby Rotfeld
From left: Marieke Beck-Coon, Ben Beck-Coon and Eileen Carroll
From left: Luz Cardenas and Samantha Garcia
From left: Catherine Kendig, Megan Maltenfort, Jim Saksa and Jon Geeting
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