Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger voted for John Kasich in the California primary. | Getty
Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday officially made his selection in the California primary — no matter that his candidate dropped out of the race more than a month ago.
The former governor’s spokesman responded to a Los Angeles Times reporter’s question about his presidential choice by confirming that Schwarzenegger, who had previously endorsed and actively supported John Kasich, voted for him.
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Kasich, long mathematically eliminated from the delegate race outside of a contested convention, suspended his campaign on May 4 after a dismal finish in the Indiana primary.
Schwarzenegger, who is gearing up to succeed Donald Trump as the new “Celebrity Apprentice” host, tweeted himself that he had filled out his vote-by-mail ballot, noting that he cast his vote for Senate candidate Duf Sundheim.
Hey @DufSundheim – I just filled out my vote-by-mail ballot and I was proud to vote for you for U.S. Senate. Good luck tomorrow!
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) June 6, 2016