A fundraising contest is offering a chance to join Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTexas man indicted over allegations he created fraudulent campaign PACs FISA shocker: DOJ official warned Steele dossier was connected to Clinton, might be biased Pompeo’s Cairo speech more ‘back to the future’ than break with past MORE for a “Broadway play and chardonnay."

The recently launched contest from Omaze benefits Clinton's political action organization, Onward Together, according to an entry page.

The winner of the online sweepstakes will hop onboard a flight to New York to head to the Great White Way and connect "on a personal level" with the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.


The 71-year-old former New York senator is frequently eyed at Broadway shows — she and former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonDems should follow Bill Clinton's lead on minimum wage hike Feehery: Current shutdown impasse is a fight over peanuts Rosenstein, DOJ exploring ways to more easily spy on journalists MORE were spotted last month in the audience at Harvey Fierstein’s “Torch Song.”

The winner of the money-raising contest will also grab a glass of wine alongside the ex-secretary of State. Last year, Clinton quipped that "chardonnay helped" after losing her White House bid to President TrumpDonald John TrumpPentagon update to missile defense doctrine will explore space-base technologies, lasers to counter threats Giuliani: 'I never said there was no collusion' between the Trump campaign and Russia Former congressmen, RNC members appointed to Trump administration roles MORE.

It’s not the first time a public figure has turned to an online contest — and wine — to drum up fundraising dollars for a politically related cause. Last year, actress Jennifer Lawrence participated in an Omaze contest that raffled off a wine tasting for fans who attempted to “fix America’s broken political system” with a donation to the anti-government corruption organization Represent.us.

And earlier this year, Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaMichelle Obama memoir has longest run as Amazon's best-seller since 'Fifty Shades of Gray' Man who killed teenager who performed at Obama inauguration sentenced to 84 years in prison December sales cement best-seller status for Michelle Obama's book: report MORE used the same website to raise money for her Reach Higher college education initiative. The winner of that fundraising contest got to snap a photo with the former first lady at College Signing Day.