The Gray Davis recall campaign says it has enough signatures to put the question, and a simultaneous election, on the November ballot. Hilarity is bound to ensue. Will Arnold run? How about the two failed GOP candidates of 2002, Bill Simon and Dick Riordan? Will Davis block the vote with a lawsuit? Which Democrat will twist the knife into his back? What will Latinos do? Which darkhorse candidates will jump over the low bar to ballot entry? Who will the Libertarians—the first party in California to back the recall—endorse? These and more questions will continue to be addressed by Sacramento Bee reporter Daniel Weintraub, on his valuable California Insider weblog.
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