Just weeks after his own election, Arnold Schwarzenegger is barnstorming again, this time on behalf of a massive deficit-bond and a spending cap. Today, it-s Bakersfield, tomorrow it-s Tracy, and yesterday it was San Diego as the Governor tries to get public support to convince Democratic Legislators to put his plan on the March ballot--with a deadline day after tomorrow. We speak with a journalist in San Diego, Republican and Democratic strategists, and the state superintendent of Public Instruction about how the campaign is going and the political risks Schwarzenegger's taking in this first test of his governorship.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Rosario Marin to Run for Boxer's Seat
You may not have heard her name, but it-s on a lot of your money, and some of President Bush-s financial supporters are backing her campaign for Barbara Boxer-s US Senate seat. We speak with Rosario Marin, former Treasurer of the United States and Republican candidate for the US Senate.
Marin's Senate campaign website