Schwarzenegger Avoids the October Surprise
SAN CARLOS, CA - JUNE 30: California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks during a news conference June 30, 2008 at Tesla Motors in San Carlos, California. Governor Schwarzenegger announced that electric car company Tesla Motors will build a new manufacturing facility in California to manufacture its all-electric Tesla Roadster. The $109,000 2009 Tesla Roadster zero emissions vehicle is capable of traveling nearly 250 miles on a single charge and is capable of going 0-60 miles per hour in 3.9 seconds. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
A few years ago it might have been a a terrible October surprise for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to find out on Election Day his underage son was the co-host of a raucous Halloween party complete with alcohol.
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But one of the advantages of being a lame duck governor is the actor-turned-politician can focus on being Arnold the dad and not Arnold the candidate.
Schwarzenegger's 17-year-old son was identified by police officers as one of the co-host of a Halloween party on Sunset Boulevard that got a little too loud and a little out of hand.
The Los Angeles Times reports about 100 people attended the party but there were a few minors cited for underage drinking.
The governor will be happy to know his son was not one of them.