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(CBS News) Fresh off a week-long break in Wolfeboro, NH, Mitt Romney stops in the Hamptons on Sunday to host three fundraisers, which are expected to raise $3 million, according to the New York Times.

The Hamptons, the New York coastal enclave of the super elite who own vacation homes there, are a source of deep pockets for political campaigns.

The first event was a lunch at the residence of Ronald Perelman, chair of Revlon, where a minimum donation of $5,000 is required to attend.

The final event of the evening will be a fundraiser at the home of billionaire conservative activist David Koch. The cost of admission is $50,000 per person and $75,000 per couple, according to he Sunlight Foundation.

The Democratic Party is attacking the Republican presidential candidate for hobnobbing with the wealthy. The Democratic National Committee released a new video Sunday that includes a series of news reports talking about what the Koch brothers' ties to Mitt Romney.

Moveon.org, Occupy America and other liberal groups are planning a protest outside Koch's Hampton home.

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