Michael Reagan has ruled out a candidacy, and Republicans are still looking for a challenger to Democratic U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein next year.
Feinstein has had a relatively easy time of re-election over the years (save for the 1994 barn-burner with then-Rep. Michael Huffington). But this year her poll numbers are down with those of the rest of the politicians in Washington. She says her campaign funds have taken a hit thanks to the Kinde Durkee scandal.
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