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CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The tightening race in California between Governor Gray Davis and recall candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger featured; details given of growing sexual misconduct accusations against Schwarzenegger. [SCHWARZENEGGER – campaigns.] [Schwarzenegger’s spokesperson Todd HARRIS†- says the people of California see through these ridiculous allegations.] [Alleged victim Rhonda MILLER†- describes an incident involving Schwarzenegger.] [Field Poll director Mark DiCAMILLO†- says the charges can stop the momentum.] [Lt. Gov. Cruz BUSTAMANTE†- criticizes Schwarzenegger.] [Democratic consultant Darry SRAGOW†- says there will be more recalls.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) Women’s views of the allegations against Schwarzenegger examined; the sexual misconduct case against former President Bill Clinton recalled. [Feminist Majority Foundation Katherine SPILLAR†- comments on the difference between the Clinton case and the charges against Schwarzenegger.] [WOMAN – supports Schwarzenegger.] [Arnold’s wife Maria SHRIVER†- supports her husband.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The belief that Schwarzenegger has a lead in absentee ballots noted.

Rather, Dan;
Bowen, Jerry;
Whitaker, Bill

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