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Voters Cool to California Gov. Race

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Voters Cool to California Gov. Race

Voters Cool to California Gov. Race

Voters Cool to California Gov. Race

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NPR's Ina Jaffe reports that California voters are unenthusiastic about either candidate for governor, the incumbent, Democrat Gray Davis and his Republican challenger, Bill Simon. Both campaigns have been negative. Davis is leading in the polls.

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