Dianne Feinstein

California State Senator

California State Senator 

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California’s Senior Senator -- Dianne Feinstein -- leads challenger   Kevin de León   by double digits in the polls. Both are Democrats. Feinstein seems headed for re-election.

Sen. Feinstein on her re-election campaign and the judiciary post-Kavanaugh

California’s Senior Senator -- Dianne Feinstein -- leads challenger Kevin de León by double digits in the polls. Both are Democrats. Feinstein seems headed for re-election.

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