Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger hasn’t officially decided who he’s going to vote for in November, reports USA Today.
He says he has been too busy to get involved in the presidential campaign. In the book, he recounts warning fellow Republicans: “We are dying at the box office. We are not filling the seats. Our party has lost the middle.”
He won’t say whether he’s voting for his party nominee, Mitt Romney. “I’ll tell you after the election. I’m eager to watch the debates.”
The actor turned politician has been promoting his autobiography “Total Recall.” In the book he notes he didn’t always live up to his party’s standards.
And then there’s his romance and marriage to the niece of President Kennedy — he calls her “the perfect wife” — and his seven years as governor of California. “If they thought I wasn’t really a Republican for taking on climate change,” he writes of conservatives, “they really lost it when I took on health care reform.”