Is muscle-bound Hollywood action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger going to run for governor of California?
A day after saying Schwarzenegger wouldn't try next year for the office held by Democratic Gov. Gray Davis, publicist Jill Eisenstadt said Wednesday her client's mind "is not made up" and that Schwarzenegger will decide in the next couple of months.
The star of the "Terminator" films, among others, whet the appetites of fellow Republicans dreaming of an actor-to-governor sequel when he told the Los Angeles Times last month that the governor's job was appealing. After all, Ronald Reagan had gone from Hollywood to Sacramento to the White House.
"I've thought about it many times because I love politics," Schwarzenegger said then. "I get such great satisfaction out of helping people."