Arnold's Landslide Reelection Victory, New Model for the GOP?

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Democrats picked up six governorships from Republicans this week, including Ohio, Maryland, Massachusetts and New York, giving them a majority of governors for the first time since 1994.  But they did not take California, even though the biggest state in the union is increasingly blue. A year ago, Arnold Schwarzenegger took a political bath when a series of propositions lost big with voters. This week he won re-election with almost 60% of the vote.  In addition, a package of public works bonds worth more than $40 billion also passed, despite the fact that California is running a multi-billion-dollar deficit.