Crowded Field Awaits California Voters

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The field of possible replacements for California Gov. Gray Davis is firming up, a day after a deadline to register for the Oct. 7 election. Political strategists are plotting their next moves, but with more than 150 candidates on the ballot, conventional wisdom may not apply. Hear NPR's Jacki Lyden and NPR's Richard Gonzales.



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