President Barack Obama landed in the Westside Sunday for several campaign fundraising events, and the efforts continue Monday morning at a fundraising breakfast in Pacific Palisades, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Former President Bill Clinton will be hosting the fundraiser at the estate of media mogul Michael King, along with San Antonio Mayor Julio Castro. Tickets range from $1,000 to $40,000, according to the politicalpartytime.org website run by the Sunlight Foundation. The monies raised at the event are going toward the Obama Victory Fund.
President Obama is bound for Keene in Kern County Monday morning, where he will announce the establishment of the Cesar E. Chavez National Monument, while Clinton stays in town for the Palisades fundraiser, according to LA Observed.
No Monday road closures for Sunset Boulevard or areas near Pacific Palisades have been reported by the Los Angeles Police Department. On Friday, LAPD released the full weekend closures, only including a Monday closure between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. on the Avenue of the Stars between Santa Monica Boulevard and Pico Boulevard.
The LAPD does state that dates, times and areas of road closures from the campaign visit are provided as a general guide and are subject to change without notice.
Patch will provide updates on any road closures as information becomes available.