Huffington Quits Calif. Recall Race

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Independent candidate Arianna Huffington drops out of California's recall race, saying it's the best way to prevent Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger from becoming governor. Huffington does not endorse any other candidate in the Oct. 7 election, but she urges her supporters to vote strategically to prevent a Republican victory. Hear San Francisco Chronicle political columnist Phil Matier.



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