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California / Recall Election / Schwarzenegger #735391

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 13, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) California gubernatorial candidate actor Arnold Schwarzenegger's recruiting of entrepreneur Warren Buffett as an adviser reported.

(Los Angeles: Dan Lothian) The reaction of Republicans to Schwarzenegger, who is not a conservative, examined; scenes shown from a 12th grade classroom discussion on politics. [California Republican assembly Mike SPENCE†- says Arnold is outside the mainstream.] [Traditional Values Coalition Lou SHELDON†- says he will not redefine conservatism.] [USC professor Martin KAPLAN†- says if Arnold appeals to the far right, he will aggravate other Republicans.] [Political strategist Arnold STEINBERG†- comments.] The focus of coming Schwarzenegger TV ads previewed.

Brown, Aaron;
Lothian, Dan

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