It looks a little like Gov. Schwarzenegger is dovetailing his appointments, campaign, and state appearances nicely this week.
Today, the governor appointed David Lopez to the board of education, a capper on a two-day swing courting Latino voters.
Lopez, who has previously served as president of the National Hispanic University in San Jose, comes on top of yesterday's appearance at the 2006 National Council of La Raza Annual Conference and only a half-hour before Schwarzengger hosts an event in Lynwood, California to announce his coalition of Latino supporters, dubbed "Hispanic Families for Arnold."
Maybe all the attention on the Latino vote is one reason that Schwarzenegger's office would not acknowledge that the governor skitted off to D.C. for an event at the White House last night.