She says probably, but she has screwed the environmental water community fairly regularly. I don’t think her hold on the seat is nearly as secure as everyone says. She’s never in California and hasn’t been for years. There is considerable room for someone to run to the left of her. Any of the big names who wants that seat should run for it, especially someone with an environmental focus. She should have to campaign, and have to justify the water compromises she is willing to make. They aren’t appropriate from a Democrat.