California gubernatorial election, 2006 / Schwarzenegger should be elected

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Position: Schwarzenegger should be elected

This position addresses the topic California gubernatorial election, 2006.

For this position

Quotes-start.png "The governor's greatest plus is his central role in improving California's business climate from the doldrums of the Gray Davis years. His fight for workers' compensation reforms, which helped to save companies billions of dollars and slowed the flight of firms to lower-cost states, properly gets the most credit." Quotes-end.png
From Schwarzenegger has earned four more years, by The San Diego Union-Tribune editorial board (The San Diego Union-Tribune, October 20, 2006) (view)
Quotes-start.png "Angelides is correct to note that Schwarzenegger is too hazy about how he plans to close the state's perpetual budget shortfall. To the extent that the challenger is more candid, however, his prescription of raising some personal income and corporate taxes is the wrong one. Schwarzenegger correctly senses that a leader with good instincts and confidence is more effective — and more inspiring — than one with a good plan and a lot of details. " Quotes-end.png
From Schwarzenegger for Governor, by Los Angeles Times editorial board (Los Angeles Times, October 15, 2006) (view)

Against this position

Quotes-start.png "Compare what the other party does with Schwarzenegger's program of higher debt spending, more government spending and more government regulations and less growth, and it's quite a choice, isn't it?" Quotes-end.png
From GOP seems ready to be fooled twice, by Steven Greenhut (The Orange County Register, August 27, 2006) (view)

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