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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Phil Angelides
Politician
12-Jun-1953   Chair, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
Angelyne
Model
?   Hollywood billboard bimbo
Cruz Bustamante
Politician
4-Jan-1953   California Lieutenant Governor, 1999-2007
Peter Camejo
Activist
31-Dec-1939 13-Sep-2008 Persistent Green Party candidate
Mary Carey
Pornstar
15-Jun-1980   Porn star, ran for California Governor
Gary Coleman
Actor
8-Feb-1968 28-May-2010 Arnold Jackson on Diff'rent Strokes
Ted Costa
Government
c. 1941   Drove the 2003 California recall election
Gray Davis
Politician
26-Dec-1942   Governor of California, 1999-2003
Larry Flynt
Business
1-Nov-1942   Publisher of HUSTLER
Gallagher
Comic
24-Jul-1947   Watermelon's natural enemy
Todd Harris
Activist
c. 1971   Republican strategist
Arianna Huffington
Columnist
15-Jul-1950   The Huffington Post
Darrell Issa
Politician
1-Nov-1953   Congressman, California 49th
Howard Kaloogian
Politician
30-Dec-1959   Conservative activist
Tom McClintock
Politician
10-Jul-1956   Congressman, California 4th
Don Novello
Comic
1-Jan-1943   Comic priest Father Guido Sarducci
Sal Russo
Government
?   Political operative
Stephen E. Schmidt
Government
1970   John McCain's 2008 campaign manager
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Alex-St. James
Activist
c. 1960   African American Republican Leadership Council
Peter Ueberroth
Baseball
2-Sep-1937   Commissioner of Baseball, 1984-89


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