U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has dropped off her ballot outside San Francisco’s City Hall and encouraged other citizens to vote.
The 85-year-old Democrat and senior senator from California said Monday she hopes more Democrats than Republicans will vote in Tuesday’s election, but still encourages everyone to join in.
The former San Francisco mayor was accompanied by her husband, Richard Blum, and stopped to greet fellow voters and people passing by.
Her challenger is fellow Democrat state Sen. Kevin de Leon.
Feinstein says she has her fingers crossed for a blue wave that Democrats hope will allow them to take control of the House.
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