ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS LAY OUT KEY ISSUES FOR 2006 GOVERNOR'S RACE

December 1, 2005
As California's two front-running Democratic candidates for governor scramble for early environmental organization endorsements for the 2006 race, several environmental issues are expected to play a big part in their campaigns, activists say. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger also remains in the running for these endorsements, sources say, despite the release this month of a somewhat critical Sierra Club report on his performance. Meanwhile, last week's special election is seen by some environmentalists as a referendum on Schwarzenegger himself that may impact...


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