Schwarzenegger, who voted at a West Los Angeles elementary school this morning, "told reporters he won't reveal until nighttime whether he chose Democrat Jerry Brown or fellow Republican Meg Whitman," according to the Associated Press.
The Republican governor has refrained from endorsing either candidate vying for his job, saying he thinks it's important to focus on getting "both of the parties to come together to create... reforms."
"I'm going to stay out, like I said," he repeated at an event yesterday. "To me what is important is I ran for office to move the state of California forward, to bring everyone together, to bring both of the parties together, Democrats and Republicans."
Schwarzenegger hasn't been shy about his opposition to Proposition 23, the measure to suspend the greenhouse gas emissions law he signed into law in 2006. He's also campaigned against Proposition 27, a push to eliminate the Citizens Redistricting Commission.
PHOTO CREDIT: California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger deposits his ballot as poll worker Dhun May watches after voting at an elementary school near his home in the Brentwood district of Los Angeles, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010. (AP Photo/ Reed Saxon)