Aaron McLear, right, a spokesman for then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, accepts petitions from Lowell Landowski, left, a member of the Service International Employees Union (SEIU) at the entrance to the Governor’s Office in Capitol on, June 19, 2009.
Aaron McLear, right, a spokesman for then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, accepts petitions from Lowell Landowski, left, a member of the Service International Employees Union (SEIU) at the entrance to the Governor’s Office in Capitol on, June 19, 2009. Robert Durell Special to The Bee
Aaron McLear, right, a spokesman for then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, accepts petitions from Lowell Landowski, left, a member of the Service International Employees Union (SEIU) at the entrance to the Governor’s Office in Capitol on, June 19, 2009. Robert Durell Special to The Bee
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