Do you remember when we first heard of Sandra Fluke? She and the Democrats wanted us to believe she was just some poor little college student concerned about her fellow students not being able to afford birth control. We weren’t supposed to think she had any sort of political agenda. Ha! What a joke. She just made her run for Congress official.
Sandra Fluke has made it official: she has filed to run for the congressional seat being vacated by Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) after 40 years. The birth control advocate who shook up the 2012 presidential campaign does not live in the 33rd district, but is eligible to run for the seat. She will be facing off against local Democratic stalwart Wendy Greuel, who narrowly missed winning the Los Angeles mayor’s race last year, among others. (Read More)
Maybe she’ll get financial backing from the pharmaceutical companies.
Update: It appears this report may be incorrect and that Fluke is running for a state senate seat.