According to Bloomberg, the three fundraisers scheduled for the 28th will range from a student-centric event with a $25 minimum entry fee, to a dinner where tickets could go as high as $15,000.
Under Perez' leadership, the DNC has consistently lagged far behind their Republican National Committee (RNC) counterparts in raising funds. In June, the DNC raised $8.5 million to the RNC's $20.7.
Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel reports that the Republicans also broke a record in July.
"Our fundraising success is further evidence that the American people like the pro-growth agenda and economic record that the Trump Administration and Republicans continue to deliver," McDaniel said.
Meanwhile, the Democrats have to travel to the heart of Mexico to try and raise funds.
There are currently 1.5 million American citizens residing in Mexico according to the State Department.
No Chance of Illegality
We know what you're thinking: Is there any chance for illegal donations to filter through? It is, after all, illegal for foreigners to contribute to American political campaigns – but the DNC has it covered.