A Conversation with Gov. Gray Davis The coming recall vote in California to oust Gov. Gray Davis could be a close one -- the latest poll by The Los Angeles Times finds 47 percent of voters want to let Davis stay, and about 50 percent want to oust him. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to Davis about his town hall meetings, what he's learned during this recall process and what would happen if he should be voted out of office.

A Conversation with Gov. Gray Davis

A Conversation with Gov. Gray Davis

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The coming recall vote in California to oust Gov. Gray Davis could be a close one — the latest poll by The Los Angeles Times finds 47 percent of voters want to let Davis stay, and about 50 percent want to oust him. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to Davis about his town hall meetings, what he's learned during this recall process and what would happen if he should be voted out of office.