(CBS News) Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has put his donor lists on the market, a sign that the cash-strapped campaign has had to put its bread-and-butter on the line to try to pay its bills.
Saddled with $4.5 million in debt, the former House Speaker's campaign put its lists of donors and activists for sale with a broker called TMA Direct, which touted on its website "exclusive management of the Newt for President 2012 files."
The campaign set a rate of $50 per 1,000 small-donor names, and $135 per 1,000 larger donor names.
Classic. Selling friends to pay off enemies