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Governor Garvey?
2003-08-20 16:02
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

In The Pinstriped Bible this week, Steven Goldman writes:

There is some kind of cosmic irony at work when Upton Sinclair couldn't get elected governor of California, but Arnold Schwarzenegger will. Many of you have probably had this thought, but as I peruse the list of multifarious types who have registered for the recall ballot, I keep thinking, "Where is Steve Garvey?"
Actually, I hadn't had the thought at all - but I feel like I should have. In any case, my answer is, I think Garvey is at home, mulling over the realization that he might finish with fewer gubernatorial votes than Gary Coleman.

It does occur to me that Peanuts Lowery could have won the goobernatorial race.

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