Sandra Fluke Can’t Afford Her Own Birth Control, But She Can Loan Her Campaign $100,000

State   Steven Ertelt   Jul 29, 2014   |   11:11AM    Washington, DC

Sandra Fluke says she and other pro-abortion women need your taxpayer dollars to be able to afford birth control. But somehow the former college student activist, whose latest crusade is seeking a state Senate seat in California, has the ability to loan her legislative campaign $100,000.

sandrafluke9Not only does she have the funds to self-fund her legislative bid, her family appears to be the primarily source of funds for her campaign for office.  The lack of grassroots support isn’t surprising, considering Fluke could only manage to get 10 people to show up for a rally for taxpayer-funded birth control and abortion-causing drugs.

As the Washington Examiner reports:

Liberal darling and free-birth-control advocate Sandra Fluke is her own biggest donor in her state Senate race, according to official California campaign finance reports.

Fluke donated $12,000 to her campaign and $4,826.27 in non-monetary contributions. While $16,826.27 may not sound like a lot, Fluke also loaned her campaign $100,000.

Where does a 2012 law school grad working as a social justice attorney get a loan that size? Her campaign never responded to a Washington Examiner inquiry, so we’re left to speculate.

Perhaps the loan was in part secured by the family of Fluke’s husband, Adam Mutterperl. In 2012, Fluke married Mutterperl, an amateur stand-up comic and son of big-time Democratic donor William Mutterperl.

And wouldn’t you know it, the Mutterperls have donated quite a bit to Fluke’s campaign. William and Nancy Mutterperl have each donated $8,200 to Fluke’s campaign. Adam has given a bit less – $4,100.

As a family, the Mutterperls have given Fluke $20,500. Fluke’s own family has donated $9,600 to her campaign (her mother gave one donation as Betty and one as Elizabeth).

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While it’s not unusual for family members to donate to a campaign (it would be far more telling if they didn’t give), the fact that the donations, along with Fluke’s loan, accounts for 33 percent of Fluke’s fundraising is notable.

In total, Fluke has raised $416,185.28, according to disclosure forms. With one-third of that total coming from her family, it appears the campaign is trying to pump up its donation totals to appear stronger than it actually is.