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California / Recall Election #735254

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 10, 2003
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(Studio: Gretchen Carlson) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The focus in the California recall election for governor on Republican candidate actor Arnold Schwarzenegger featured; scenes shown from an anti-recall rally. [State senator Tom McCLINTOCK†- says he could teach Arnold about fiscal reform.] [Candidate Bill SIMON†- campaigns.] [Representative Dana ROHRBACHER, former Governor Pete WILSON - back Schwarzenegger.] [Democratic strategist Darry SRAGOW†- backs Governor Gray Davis.]

(Studio: Gretchen Carlson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) The lessons for Schwarzenegger about the jump from show business to politics examined; details given about the political careers of Clint Eastwood, Sonny Bono, Fred Thompson & former President Ronald Reagan. [Former Georgia Congressman/actor Ben JONES - comments on actors running for office.] [Former Iowa Congressman/radio host Fred GRANDY†- says Reagan legitimized the actor's role.]

Carlson, Gretchen;
Bowen, Jerry;
Orr, Bob

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