- Reporter's Notebook: California's Special Election
His stunning 2003 election as Governor of California made him a Republican superstar with a national profile. Today, Arnold Schwarzenegger's political future is on the line in a special election he called despite evidence that it would be unpopular with voters. The ballot involves no candidates, only eight propositions, four of which are backed by the Governor. Political analyst Sherri Bebitch Jeffe has more what's at stake.
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