Terminator-turned-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was voted governor-elect of California Tuesday, ending Gray Davis's controversial run in office and killing any chance for a Junior 2. The 56-year-old Republican's decisive victory came despite 11th hour reports of serial groping and Hitler worship. "I've heard your voices loud and clear," he told his supporters last night. "The answer is clear: For the people to win, politics as usual must lose." First lady Maria Shriver, meanwhile, won't be putting her career on hold much longer. Ah-nold's better half intends to return to work at NBC News, where she has been on unpaid leave since her hubby announced his candidacy.
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