’Desperate Housewives’ star raises 200K for Obama

Eva Longoria’s show is being canned, but it’s clear that she will be plenty busy this election year. 

Along with a bevy of other Hollywood hotshots and business bigwigs, the “Desperate Housewives” actress is one of President Obama’s top fundraisers, according to new information released by the campaign Tuesday.

Longoria, who’s starring in the final season of the ABC show before it goes off into “Housewives” history, raised more than $200,000 for Obama.

The Texas-born entertainer, 36, has a bit of experience rooting for the home team — she was once a cheerleading instructor before becoming a beauty queen.

She has been spotted at several moneymaking functions for the commander in chief over the last few months. And she has become a regular at the White House Correspondents’ Association annual dinner.

At a September event in Los Angeles, Obama gave Longoria a shout-out, cracking to the crowd that California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) snagged a prime placement next to the celeb: “I’m noticing Jerry is smart, because he’s sitting next to Eva. Nice going. How did you get that seat?”