DC Christmas Party draws GOP big names

12/06/2013 5:56 PM

12/06/2013 5:58 PM

GOP political consultants Marc and Karen Rotterman threw a blue-themed Christmas Party Thursday night in DC that attracted some well known names in Republican circles.

Among those attending the event at the Molly Malone, an Irish pub on Capitol Hill were anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist, super lobbyist Charlie Black and his wife Judy, Fox News contributors Jim Pinkerton and Chris Stirewell, 6th district congressional candidate Phil Berger Jr., media strategist and CNN contributor Alex Castellanos, pollster Kellyanne Conway and Chris Henick, former deputy to Karl Rove.

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