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Schwarzenegger Voted 'Yes' for 1 of the 9 Props

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Although Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger promised to reveal who he voted to take his job, so far he's only announced his positions on the nine propositions. The only "yes" he casted was for Proposition 20, the California Congressional Redistricting Initiative.

Regarding the gubernatorial race, “Congratulations to Attorney General Jerry Brown on his hard-fought campaign and his victory tonight," Schwarzenegger said in a statement. "Jerry has demonstrated his commitment to the people of California throughout a lifetime of public service as Governor, Mayor of Oakland and Attorney General, and I pledge to work with his incoming administration to provide the most efficient and smooth transition of power possible for the people of California.”

On Twitter he said he looked forward to getting together with Brown about making a smooth transition.