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Published: 2014/06/07

Senator Al Franken to Host Pre-RatDog Fundraiser at University of Minnesota

Senator Al Franken (D-MN) will team up with Bob Weir to host a campaign fundraiser before RatDog’s performance at the University of Minnesota’s Northrup Auditorium on June 13. Fans that donate $2,600 to the comedian-turned-politician will be invited to listen to sound check, attend a private dinner with Franken and Weir and see the show. There will also be a $1,000 dinner and show option, as well as a $250-500 show-only option.

Al Franken, a longtime Deadhead, interviewed members of the Grateful Dead on a few occasions, and famously appeared on the in Dead Ahead concert video, which features several sketches from Franken and his late comedic partner Tom Davis.

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JK June 7, 2014, 14:27:12

DJ D- would love to hear ur thoughts on BFMcT mixing it up with the political world (who has that kind if money to throw down for this?). This DJ disciple is missing ur words of wisdom.

Dave the slave June 7, 2014, 23:18:20

DJ where are you???? We need your inspired insight.

Limosuine Liberals June 8, 2014, 22:46:18

Al Franken is the WORST!

Sponsored by Headcount June 9, 2014, 09:12:24

Is this a Headcount event? They are non partisan and hire officials from the worst Democratic Presidential Administration in modern times. It’s great to feel good about us having a democrat in office, but this particular democrat listens to our calls, let’s his VA kill our veterans and made George Bush’s spending look like bargain shopping. Not to mention his countless other issues. We have had the worst two 2 term presidents in history back to back. Al Frankenstein is a typical Minnesota politician.

Brian O'Connell June 9, 2014, 10:51:33

Remember heads, the key thing here is to stay laser focused on Marx’s theory of Surplus Labor extraction from the workforce. Peace.

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