Fluke Loans Self $100K After Complaining About Women’s Access to Campaign Cash

by ADELLE NAZARIAN |  |  published on May 29, 2014

Sandra Fluke, the free-birth-control and women’s rights advocate, has complained over the course of her campaign for California State Senate that women do not have equal access to campaign funds as men do. Yet Fluke loaned herself $100,000 in campaign funds for the race in the 26th district, according to a new report by Bloomberg News.

Fluke has led fundraising in the race over the past two months. Her female Democratic rival, Manhattan Beach Mayor Amy Howorth, has the most cash-on-hand, trumping the top male candidate in the race, Ben Allen. (Allen is also the beneficiary of large independent expenditures by businessman Bill Bloomfield.)

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