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Adam Schiff officially files to run for Dianne Feinstein's open Senate seat


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California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff has officially filed to run for the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein's, D-Calif., open Senate seat.


Schiff, who was censured by the House earlier this year for his claims that former President Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election, officially entered the race on Monday night, announcing the move on X, formerly Twitter.

"It’s official – I just filed my paperwork and will be on the ballot to be California’s next United States Senator," Schiff wrote.

"92 days until the March 5th primary – see you on the campaign trail!" he added.



The California congressman entered into a crowded election that's seeing him face off against fellow House Democrat Reps. Katie Porter and Barbara Lee, as well as Republican attorney Eric Early.

Schiff's censure has helped him, at least financially, with his voter base – the California Democrat raked in over $8 million in campaign donations after being formally criticized by Congress' lower chamber.

However, Schiff does face a different problem: he has allegedly claimed a primary residence in Maryland for years despite his goal to represent Golden State residents in the Senate.:snip:

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