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Bid to Recall California's Davis Gains Momentum

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Bid to Recall California's Davis Gains Momentum

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Bid to Recall California's Davis Gains Momentum

Bid to Recall California's Davis Gains Momentum

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Supporters of an effort to recall California Gov. Gray Davis gather about 40 percent of the signatures needed to get the issue on the ballot. Opinion polls show only one in five Californians think the second-term Democrat is doing a good job, and that has energized the campaign to oust him from office. Davis supporters call the effort a legalized coup d'etat. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.

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