Damian Dovarganes Associated Press A PLUG FOR ELECTRIC CAR Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger checks out the Chevrolet Volt plug-in electric car during a tour of the greenest vehicles at the Los Angeles Auto Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks at UC, Davis during the GovernorsÕ Global Climate Summit 3: Building the Green Economy on Monday, October 15, 2010.
Actor Harrison Ford is introduced by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as he prepares to speak at UC, Davis during the GovernorsÕ Global Climate Summit 3: Building the Green Economy on Monday, October 15, 2010.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the governors of four other states today are hosting the Governors' Global Climate Summit 3, a two-day event on building a green economy.
It's not clear whether Arnold Schwarzenegger will take his grizzly bear when he leaves office. The governor bought the 800-pound bronze sculpture at an Aspen, Colo., gallery last year and had it installed in the hallway outside his suite of offices in the Capitol.
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, left, talks with host Jay Leno during taping of "The Tonight Show" in 2003. Schwarzenegger will appear on the show again tonight.
Governor-elect Jerry Brown and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in a photo released on Schwarzenegger's Twitter account.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) poses with California Republican gubernatorial candidate and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman (L) and California Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown (R) during a discussion moderated by 'Today' show host Matt Lauer (not in photo) during the Women's Conference 2010 on October 26, 2010 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California. Whitman and Brown continue to campaign with one week to go before election day. AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/ AFP/ Getty Images)
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Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown greet each other Tuesday under the gaze of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the man each hopes to replace. The rivals met at Women’s Conference 2010 in Long Beach.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger watches the changing of the guard Thursday in London, where he took time out from talks with British bigwigs to tweet on the Nov. 2 governor's race.
Mikhail Klimentyev RIA Novosti Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, right, lead a roundtable for U.S. and Russian investors Monday outside Moscow.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, right, invites California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for a ride in his vintage car, a Soviet built Chaika luxury car, during their meeting in the Gorki residence outside Moscow, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger praised Russia on Monday as a "gold mine" for foreign investors, during a trade mission intended to help expansion of Silicon Valley companies.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses the state budget that was passed earlier in the morning, during a news conference at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, Oct. 8, 2010. Lawmakers worked overnight to approve an agreement worked out a week ago between Schwarznegger and legislative leaders that closes a $19 billion deficit. (AP Photo/ Rich Pedroncelli)
Mark Crosse Fresno Bee Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday honored the Good Samaritan who authorities say chased down a kidnapper and helped free an 8-year-old Fresno girl. In a ceremony at Fresno City Hall, Schwarzenegger called Fresno resident Victor Perez a hero and made a pitch for local businesses to hire the unemployed man. Perez, in his car, pursued the alleged kidnapper's pickup truck and eventually rescued the girl. Police later arrested Gregorio Gonzalez, 24.
Michelle Rhee, chancellor of public schools in Washington, D.C., speaks about education reform while Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger listens after a private screening of the documentary film "Waiting for 'Superman'" Tuesday at Century Theatres in Sacramento.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, right, moderates a discussion on education Tuesday with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michelle Rhee, chancellor of Washington, D.C., public schools.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, left, hosts a panel for his monthly "Greenwise" initiative meeting with Thomas Friedman and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who vowed to defend AB 32, the initiative he signed into law.