Sandra Fluke Draws Another Crowd

It’s good to know that, with the election just around the corner, “women’s rights” activist and Obama surrogate Sandra Fluke is managing to draw a bigger crowd. In fact, it’s multiplied fourfold since her visit to Reno last month, which drew ten people. The Independent Florida Alligator covered Fluke’s visit to the University of Florida earlier today: 

 About 40 students gathered by the potato statue to listen.

Based on the report, it also sounds like Fluke is drawing new people into the Obama coalition: 

Victoria Joyal, a 21-year-old computer engineering senior and Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood officer, said she was happy Fluke came to rally students.

After her speech, Fluke walked students to an “early voting van.” The article does not mention whether she lured them inside with Halloween candy. 

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