That's how many layoff warnings Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will be sending off tomorrow morning to state employees, save for SEIU members. "In the absence of a budget, the governor has the responsibility to realize savings any way he can," Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear said, per the SacBee. The budget standstill could be end if one Republican decides to side with Democrats. It's speculated that tonight's move by the Governor is to pressure Sen. Dave Cox, R-Fair Oaks, who was close to voting on the budget, but backed out on Saturday. He represents a majority of said state workers in Sacramento county.