Tuesday, February 04, 2014
With the announced retirement of Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman, people were concerned about candidates for his House seat. There might be some news about a possible candidate.
Women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke has taken another step toward running for Congress in California.
Fluke, who has made headlines through her advocacy for contraception coverage, has filed paperwork seeking the Democratic endorsement for the seat being left open by retiring Rep. Harry Waxman, the Washington Post reports. Fluke had previous said she is “strongly considering” a run, but filing for the endorsement is the first concrete step in that direction. She has yet to officially announce her campaign or file paperwork with the Federal Election Commission.....
THIS JUST IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Women’s rights activist Sandra Fluke has filed paperwork with the California Democratic Party to run for Congress in the open 33rd District.....
The only way for women to progress is to have more women involved in the running of our country!
Run, Sandra, Run!!!!