Sandra Fluke has moved on to the general election in the race to represent California's 26th District in the state Senate, the Associated Press reports.
Fluke finished second in the open primary, following rival Ben Allen. Both will compete in November for the seat being vacated by state Sen. Ted Lieu (D), who's running for Congress this year.
Fluke came to national prominence in 2012 after testifying before Congress in favor of mandatory contraception coverage. She became the target of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, who called the then-Georgetown Law student a "slut."
The attorney and activist, who spoke at the 2012 Democratic National Convention following Limbaugh's attacks, briefly weighed running for outgoing Rep. Henry Waxman's (D-Calif.) House seat before deciding to run for the state Senate instead.