Sandra Fluke on Hardball

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Sandra appeared on Hardball on June 30th, 2014 in order to show the devastating fallout of the Hobby Lobby decision by the Supreme Court.

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WeHo News: Wehoan gaining momentum after primary

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Last week West Hollywood got a very pleasant surprise; a nationally renowned women’s social justice activist who made a feint for a seat in Congress and gave the State senate a shot in the June primary made the top two, meaning that she’ll be on November’s ballot.

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Sandra Fluke is Victorious, Moves On to November General Election For California State Senate

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The results from yesterday’s California State Senate race are in. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, social justice attorney Sandra Fluke was one of the top two vote getters and will move on to November’s general election. Fluke released the following statement: “I am immensely proud of my campaign. I want to start by thanking the grassroots supporters who stood with me. We ran a campaign that shows what kind of elected official I will be: one who is accountable to the individuals who voted me into office, not to special interests. I want to thank the more than two thousand individual donors and volunteers who truly fueled this campaign. We had an incredible team..."

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The Ed Show: Sandra Fluke on her California Race

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"My public fight with Rush Limbaugh doesn’t define me, but it does clearly show you the kind of leader that I am. I’m not focused on taking the easy path -- I will always fight back for what I believe, regardless of the personal cost." Earlier today, I went on Ed Schultz’s show on MSNBC to talk about what this election means to me.

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The Argonaut: Sandra Fluke for State Senator, 26th District

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Fluke, a legislative advocate, was thrust into the national spotlight two years ago after Congress blocked her from testifying on women’s health issues. Fluke displays a sharp acumen for local issues and would carry a refreshing mantra to Sacramento: Making life easier for families, by increasing access to childcare and education programs as well as expanding services for veterans and struggling entrepreneurs.

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Daily Breeze: Sandra Fluke for California Senate in 26th District

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[Fluke] may be young (she’s 33) and a first-time candidate for public office, but she has the spine and the know-how to take on Sacramento. Her fast rise to national attention and the way she handled all the buzz was impressive. Even more impressive are her clear and thoughtful ideas on policy. If elected, she said she would focus on issues such as water conservation measures, easing congestion on Los Angeles’ Westside, expanding Hollywood tax credits, and coastal preservation.

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