Dodd Tries to Woo Supporters With Red Sox Tickets

By Jennifer Parker

Oct 11, 2007 2:06pm

ABC News’ Donna Hunter Reports: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., is offering to take two supporters out to the a ball game for the bargain campaign contribution price of $20.40.

The Senator, a self-professed life long Red Sox fan, is raffling off two tickets to see the Boston Red Sox play the Cleveland Indians for the American League Championship Series.

The raffle to watch Game Six at Fenway Park will take place next Thursday and winners not only get to watch the game, they’ll enjoy the same view as Dodd in seats right next to him.

The $20.04 price tag represents the last time the Red Sox won the World Series in 2004. If you can’t afford to donate to the campaign, the campaign said you can still enter the drawing by recruiting 24 friends to sign up at the Dodd campaign website.

On the flip side, if there is no Game Six, winners will attend Game Two of the World Series. Should the Red Sox get cut before Game Six, the campaign said the winner will receive a free airfare to join the Senator on the campaign trail in either Iowa or New Hampshire.

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