Of course, that depends on what the meaning of big is:
The speech was part of a daylong effort by Democrats to get Northern Nevadans to the polls on the first day of early voting.
“I’m trying to do everything I can for an election that I feel is very important. I have a unique opportunity for how I get to do that,” said Fluke, who is coming off recent campaign trips to Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire and Florida as a surrogate for Democratic President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.
10 people at the Slak 'N Slave.
Something tells me Ms. Fluke's 15 minutes of fame's got about 3 seconds to go before ending.