Democrats do love their bribes.
Prominent House Democrats are offering a trip to the Super Bowl, club level seats at a Lady Gaga concert, and tickets to a host of other entertainment events in exchange for high-dollar campaign contributions.
A gift of $10,000 to Rep. John Conyers’ (D., Mich.) reelection effort will get donors two tickets to the Super Bowl, in which the San Francisco 49ers will square off against the Baltimore Ravens, and admission for four at an exclusive luncheon at New Orleans’s upscale Bourbon House.
Rep. Gwen Moore (D., Wis.) is asking for $4,000 for a pair of club level seats at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. for a February 25 performance by pop star Lady Gaga. Singles can get one ticket for $2,500.
Donors can attend a Pink show at the Verizon Center courtesy of Rep. Ted Deutch (D., Fla.). He’s asking for $2,500 for a pair of tickets or $1,500 for one.
The Conyers, Moore, and Deutch fundraisers appear on a list of events from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee obtained by the Free Beacon. Nine of the fundraisers involve tickets to sports or entertainment events.