Tonight, on Hannity & Colmes!
Californians overwhelmingly decide to recall Gov. Gray Davis (search), and elect Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) to be the next governor. Can Schwarzenegger turn things around for the embattled state with the 5th largest economy?
What impacts will the recall have on the great state of California? Richard Riordan, former L.A. mayor, will assess the situation.
This is not the first time an actor turned politician was charged with the task of running the Golden State. Back then it was Ronald Reagan (search). Now it is Schwarzenegger’s turn. Will he measure up? We’ll ask someone who should know, Michael Reagan.
Many traditional Democratic voters chose the Republican governor-elect when they entered the voting booths. What does this mean for the future of the Democratic Party in California? Joe Cerrell, democratic strategist, and Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., will join the debate.
Last minute accusations by the Los Angeles Times questioned Schwarzenegger’s respect for women. Did these alleged accounts hit a nerve, or where they just an example of desperate dirty politics? Ann Lewis, the national chair of the DNC Women's Vote Center, will answer our questions.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has made the trip from Hollywood to Sacramento, might it be the beginning of a trend? We’ll ask fellow actor and friend to the governor-elect, Tom Arnold.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
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