A petition drive to recall California Gov. Gray Davis has supporters of the second-term Democrat concerned enough to form a group opposed to the effort. Critics say Davis has mismanaged the state's finances. But similar recall efforts have targeted every California governor since 1950. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel, Republican Ted Costa and Democrat Dan Terry.
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