Interview with Governor Gray Davis

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All over California, voters say they-re turned off by the race for Governor. Both sides are using negative TV spots. Incumbent Democrat Gray Davis is accused of mismanaging the power crisis and serving the needs of special interests who-ve contributed record amounts to his re-election. Last week, Bill Simon-s campaign accused -someone acting on Davis- behalf- of trying to keep secret a potentially damaging document. Davis accused his GOP challenger of a -dirty trick,- and said that Simon -ought to resign in shame.- Today, full documentation finally was released, and the Governor-s name is on it. Governor Davis responds to these charges, and talks about his four years in office and this year-s campaign.
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