Now what? Cancel the special election?

Lockhart, Lee
July 2005
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;7/29/2005, Issue 323432, p22
Discusses problems facing California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Attempt to reform state government; Decline in popularity as noted by public opinion polls; Removal of his ballot measure to revise the redistricting procedures of legislative districts from the November 8, 2005 special election.


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