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  • Every year from 2002, California governors Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed February 6 "Ronald Reagan Day" in the state of California in honor of their most famous predecessor.Ronald Reagan-Wikipedia
  • On October 7, 2003, the recall election resulted in Governor Gray Davis being removed from office with 55.4% of the Yes vote in favor of a recall.Arnold Schwarzenegger-Wikipedia
  • An overwhelming majority of Californians elected Gray Davis, the first Democratic governor in 16 years and re-elected U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.California Democratic Party-Wikipedia
  • In 1999, Governor Gray Davis signed SB 400, which allowed CHP officers to retire at age 50 and continue receiving as much as 90% of their peak pay as a pension.California Highway Patrol-Wikipedia
  • As a Republican candidate, Schwarzenegger was first elected on October 7, 2003, in a special recall election to replace then-Governor Gray Davis.Arnold Schwarzenegger-Wikipedia
  • The previous Democrat to carry the county in a gubernatorial election was Gray Davis in 1998.San Luis Obispo County, California-Wikipedia

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