California Political Opponents Employ Web Animation

The governor's campaign ad is designed to explain Proposition 75, which would require unions to get permission before using member dues for political purposes. The ad shows two animated union bosses going to a school to collect money from a teacher. hide caption

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In California, the television airwaves are inundated with ads for and against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's ballot initiatives in next Tuesday's vote. The campaigns are also using a relatively new medium to get their messages out: Internet animation. Tamara Keith of member station KPCC reports.



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