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California / Recall Election / Schwarzenegger's Past #739004

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 05, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Linda Douglass) The unusual gubernatorial recall election in California featured; scenes shown of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger & Governor Gray Davis on the campaign trail; details given of more charges of groping against Arnold. [SCHWARZENEGGER - campaigns.] [DAVIS - asks are all 15 women lying.] [With Peter Jennings yesterday, actor Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER - says the charges in the "Los Angeles Times" are not true.] ["Twins" director Ivan REITMAN - says he did not hear about it {groping} on the set.] ["Twins" assistant director Linnea HARWELL‡, Carla BARRON‡- describe what Arnold did to them on set.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson; Los Angeles: Mark Halperin) How the charges about Schwarzenegger's past have changed the nature of the election, how he can survive these accusations & the unpopularity of Davis discussed.

Simpson, Carole;
Douglass, Linda;
Halperin, Mark

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