- Making News: Only 39% in Field Poll Would Vote for Schwarzenegger Again
Today's California Field Poll has more bad news for Governor Schwarzenegger. Fifty-seven percent of registered voters say they don't want to re-elect him, an exact reversal from February, when 56% said they would vote for him again. John Wildermuth, who reports for the San Francisco Chronicle, says the man who could once reach across the aisle to bring legislators together has become just another politician.
- Reporter-s Notebook: California Kids Donate Art Supplies to Tsunami Victims
Tomorrow-s the last day in office for Mayor Hahn. It-s also the last day for former Mayor Richard Riordan as Governor Schwarzenegger-s Secretary of Education. Riordan, who has been moonlighting for the past few days as a Good Samaritan in Banda Aceh, the Indonesian city devastated by the tsunami six months ago, joins us to talk about his accomplishments in education and tsunami relief.
Field Poll on diminishing voter support to re-elect Schwarzenegger
Angelides gubernatorial campaign
California State Controller Steve Westley
Wildermuth's article on voters' disinterest in re-electing Governor Schwarzenegger
Public Safety, Emergency Response and Crime Prevention LA County (Measure 1A, 2004)
LA City Councilwoman Janice Hahn