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LOS ANGELES -- Three former California governors joined prosecutors and families of murder victims Tuesday to urge voters to reject a ballot proposal next week that would abolish the state's death penalty.
Appearing at a downtown Los Angeles hotel, Democrat Gray Davis and Republicans Pete Wilson and George Deukmejian warned that Proposition 34 would erase history and potentially free imprisoned killers.
There are more than 700 inmates on California's death row, though no executions have occurred since 2006 because of pending lawsuits.
"These people had their day in court," Davis said. "Do not let the bad guys on death row win."
Wilson called the proposition "a travesty ... reopening heartbreak."
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