Sen. Dianne Feinsten (D., Calif.) lost the California Democratic Party’s endorsement for her reelection to the Senate on Saturday. The fifth-term senator lost to state Sen. Kevin de León.
The vote was expected to be close, according to The Intercept, but de León secured the endorsement by receiving 65 percent of the vote, surpassing the 60 percent threshold needed to secure the party's endorsement. Feinstein only received 7 percent of the vote while 28 percent voted for no endorsement.
The vote was decided by 333 executive board members.