June 13th, 2011
06:20 PM ET
MIAMI (CNN) –President Obama will tap into big money donors and small contributors when he headlines three DNC fundraisers in Miami, Florida Monday night.
He's expected to haul in an estimated $2.3-million based on CNN's tally of numbers provided by a democratic official.
It breaks down like this:
The president will attend a $35,800 per person dinner at the home of J.P. and Maggie Austin, then a $10,000 per person reception at the home of Steven Green and his wife. Green is the former Ambassador to Singapore and former CEO of Samsonite.
Other Democrats who won't be shelling out big bucks for intimate face time with the president will still get a chance to support his 2012 re-election efforts in a much larger setting.
About 900 people starting at $44 a pop are expected at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts.
It's widely expected that the Obama campaign will raise $1 billion between now and election day.