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Who did Schwarzenegger Vote for to Get His Job?

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This morning Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger cast his ballot in Brentwood at his polling place at Kenter Canyon Elementary. The lame duck state leader remained silent, however, when it came to the issue of who he voted for to get his job.

Eschewing the option to endorse a candidate, Schwarzenegger left his fellow Republican Meg Whitman out in the cold, along with her front-runner opponent, former Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, during the course of the tight race for Sacramento's top gig.

Californians still want to know if the Governor ultimately gave his vote to Whitman or Brown, or someone else. "I will tell you all about it later on," promised Schwarzengger, according to the LA Times, as he entered the polling place with his wife to cast their ballots.