Lowe's on Board

September 2003
People;9/1/2003, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p24
Actor Rob Lowe, a longtime Democrat, plans to organize celebrity support for Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger's run for governor of California. Lowe, 39, became friends with Schwarzenegger, 56, after their families met three years ago on vacation.


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