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(Studio: Dan Rather) Polls showing actor candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the front-runner in the California gubernatorial recall election noted.
(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) Questions & criticism about where Schwarzenegger stands on the issues examined; details given about his support of Proposition 187, which denied public services for undocumented immigrants, and the selection of former Governor Pete Wilson, who led the fight for 187, as his campaign co-chair; ads supporting the proposition shown; scenes shown of Governor Gray Davis signing legislation. [Latino activist Arturo VARGAS- says any politician that supported 187 risks losing Latino support.] [Hoover Institution Fellow Bill WHALEN- comments on Hispanic support of Schwarzenegger’s films.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Bowen, Jerry
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