Rochester, N.Y. - A women's rights activist and contraception activist who was the talk of the political world earlier this year was campaigning in Rochester for one local candidate.
Sandra Fluke was stumping for Congresswoman Louise Slaughter on Friday.
Fluke -- a Georgetown University Law School graduate -- received a verbal backlash from controversial radio host Rush Limbaugh after she testified about birth control last spring. Limbaugh called her a prostitute and said Americans shouldn't have to pay for her sexual activities.
Limbaugh has since apologized. Fluke, meanwhile, has thrown her support behind President Obama's reelection campaign. She even spoke at the Democratic National Convention last month.
Slaughter is battling Republican Maggie Brooks for the 25th Congressional District.