Dozens of protesters concerned that Sen. Dianne Feinstein could vote to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions as U.S. attorney general gathered Monday evening outside her office in Santa Monica.Several held signs bearing the familiar "No Ban, No Wall" slogan that Trump protesters have used in recent days. Others chanted, "Hey, Feinstein, hear us shout, if you don't we'll vote you out!"Heading to @SenFeinstein&#39;s LA bldg for 5 pm protest against Sessions and DeVos nominations and to urge Feinstein to be even more strident.&mdash; David Murphy (@DavidCMurphy) January 31, 2017 Step up @SenFeinstein or get out of the way! https://t.co/hjmt5tziwh pic.twitter.com/c4hQrrTWOX&mdash; David Murphy (@DavidCMurphy) January 31, 2017 #resist #voteNO #jeffsessionshearing pic.twitter.com/J3XqD8axWL&mdash; Wesley Taylor (@WesTayTay) January 31, 2017 About 50 lawyers went to Feinstein&#39;s SF office today to urge her to vote no on Sessions (Photos by Emily Thiagaraj) pic.twitter.com/npI709Ga14&mdash; Mollie Reilly (@MollieReilly) January 30, 2017 Organizer Hannah Allison with Democratic Socialists for America said her group pulled together the protest over the last couple days. Word about the protest spread late Monday through social media, with many others pledging to call Feinstein's offices to register opposition to Sessions' appointment."People are so absolutely outraged about Sessions and they don't want to see a racist attorney general," Allison said.Wesley Taylor, 30, said he heard about the protest through word of mouth.&nbsp;"I came out here to make certain that she votes no," said Taylor, an actor.The protest follows similar action over the weekend, when an estimated 200 protesters showed up at a park next to Feinstein's San Francisco home, urging her to vote against Sessions. Organizers of that protest told the San Francisco Chronicle that they were responding to what they felt was unresponsiveness from Feinstein's office.The Senate Judiciary Committee, on which Feinstein sits as the senior Democrat, is expected to vote Tuesday on Trump's appointment of Sessions. So far, Feinstein has voted with other Democrats to support Nikki Haley for the post of U.N. ambassador, James Mattis for secretary of Defense, Mike Pompeo as CIA director and John Kelly for secretary of Homeland Security.Feinstein's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.