Activist Sandra Fluke (D) has filed paperwork to seek the California Democratic Party’s endorsement for Rep. Henry Waxman’s (D-Calif.) seat, a sign she’s taking concrete steps towards a possible run for Waxman’s district following his retirement.
Fluke sent in paperwork last Friday to the local party committee ahead of this Sunday’s meeting, according to San Fernando Valley Democratic Party Chairwoman Agi Kessler.
“That is correct, she has,” Kessler said when asked if Fluke had applied to seek the party’s endorsement. “This Sunday we’re going to hold our endorsement meeting, the delegates all will vote.”
A source close to Fluke said that doesn’t mean she’s definitely running, but that in order to be able to seriously compete for the party’s nomination she needed to get the paperwork in on Friday. While candidates can submit their names for consideration as late as the meeting itself, the source said to get the list of delegates who will be voting at the meeting Fluke had to submit the paperwork before last weekend.
“This was to keep her options open,” said the source.
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