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(Studio: Claire Shipman) Statement from President Bush about the recall election in California & the candidacy of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger presented. [BUSH - says he is interested in the political process & that Arnold would be a good governor.]
(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) Schwarzenegger's gubernatorial candidacy examined; details given of some of his positions on issues. [In interviews, SCHWARZENEGGER - says he does want to answer questions about gay marriage; states "it takes leadership."] [USC Annenberg School for Communications Martin KAPLAN- cites Arnold's Q-rating, which will get people's attention.] ["Sacramento Bee" columnist Dan WALTERS- says he will be sliced & diced.]
(Studio: Claire Shipman; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The Democratic strategy for taking on Schwarzenegger & to unify the party as Governor Gray Davis digs in for a fight & the independent candidacy of former baseball commissioner Peter Ueberoth discussed.
- Shipman, Claire;
- Muller, Judy;
- Stephanopoulos, George
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