Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) announced Tuesday that she won’t run for reelection in 2024She was voted out, bringing an end to more than thirty years of service in the Senate.

“I am announcing today I will not run for reelection in 2024 but intend to accomplish as much for California as I can through the end of next year when my term ends,” In a statement, she stated.

“I campaigned in 2018 on several priorities for California and the nation: preventing and combating wildfires, mitigating the effects of record-setting drought, responding to the homelessness crisis, and ensuring all Americans have access to affordable, high-quality health care. Congress has enacted legislation on all of these topics over the past several years, but more needs to be done – and I will continue these efforts,” Feinstein continued.

“Even with a divided Congress, we can still pass bills that will improve lives. Each of us was sent here to solve problems,” The California senator was also added. “That’s what I’ve done for the last 30 years, and that’s what I plan to do for the next two years. My thanks to the people of California for allowing me to serve them.”

She is not unusually retiring in retirement. She’s Two Democratic Members of Congress, Katie Porter and Adam Schiff, have both already indicated that they will run for the seat. Rep. Barbara Lee (D.Calif.), has suggested that she might run for the Senate seat.

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