Sandra Fluke is the young woman who testified prominently favor of the HHS mandate that forces religious groups to pay for contraception and abortion-inducing drugs.
Her testimony asserted colleges and universities across the nation should provide contraceptives to students under student health plans as a necessity for “women’s health.” You can see her testimony here.
Fluke announced her bid for U.S. Congress on February 4th of this year, but the next day she changed her mind, deciding to run for a California State Senate seat instead. Lifenews.com recently posted a story on her unsuccessful bid for California public office.
What’s surprising: Sandra Fluke had the most name-recognition of any candidate in the race, but her campaign did not even force a runoff.