The Democrat Party in California lists Fluke’s name as having officially filed to run in the California district of retiring Democrat Henry Waxman.
Two other candidates have filed to run and three others are considered potential candidates, according to the party’s site.
It appears Fluke may be running against five others for the Waxman seat.
Sandra Fluke became an instant left-wing celebrity when she got in a “food fight” with Rush Limbaugh after she testified before a congressional committee in favor of compelling religious colleges and other institutions to provide insurance that covers birth control.
At the time, she was a student at a Catholic university where the student health plan did not cover contraception.
The fight with Limbaugh made Fluke far more famous than her testimony. She even received a congratulatory telephone call from President Obama.
Whoever wins the primary in Waxman’s district should have a fairly easy time being elected.
Since voters in the district kept reelecting Henry Waxman for the last 40 years means that any Democrat should win easily in California’s 33rd District.
Mr. Waxman was a key architect of ObamaCare and for 40 years a ferocious liberal voice in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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