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LOS ANGELES (AP) — U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein trounced a field of 31 competitors in California’ primary and will face a general election challenge by a Democratic state senator who is promising generational change.
“I’m running for the United States Senate to protect California in what are difficult and contentious times,” Feinstein said in a video from Washington, where she spent Tuesday’s primary night.
The article goes on to state the following:
With nearly 3 million votes counted as the day closed, Feinstein held about 44 percent. Fellow Democrat Kevin de Leon finished second with 11 percent.
The Feinstein-de Leon general election will be California’s second U.S. Senate contest featuring two Democrats. In 2016, then-state attorney general Kamala Harris defeated U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez.
Feinstein is the heavy favorite. She’s one of the most well-known politicians in California and has a sizeable war chest to communicate her message.
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A campaign add touted de Leon as one who “will champion equity and protect immigrant communities.”
Vote for @kdeleon for U.S. Senate to ensure we have strong leadership for environmental justice at the federal level who will champion equity and protect immigrant communities! Check out 2018 #EnvironmentalJustice Voter Guide by @CEJAAction at https://t.co/uNCLl3Owrr #EJChamps4CA pic.twitter.com/c4zpZ5Zc6X
— CEJA Action (@cejaaction) June 5, 2018
In California we honor our diversity. We don’t ban it, we don’t deport it, and we sure as hell don’t wall it off. Help me cut a path to comprehensive immigration reform, and #vote before 8pm today #GOTV #CAsen
— Kevin de Leόn (@kdeleon) June 5, 2018
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