TWISTED SISTER Frontman Performs At SCHWARZENEGGER Rally: Photos Available

TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider was backed by members of SYSTEMATIC and a guitar-playing Arnold Schwarzenegger for a rendition of SISTER's "We're Not Gonna Take It" at a Schwarzenegger rally on Sunday (October 5) in Sacramento. Check out pictures from Wire Image and Getty Images.

As previously reported, Schwarzenegger's campaign made the announcement last week that the song was selected to be the California gubernatorial candidate's official campaign anthem.

"It is a fabulous song, like a theme song for our campaign. People really connect to it," Schwarzenegger said in a statement.

"I was very inspired by Schwarzenegger," Snider said. "I've admired him since his bodybuilding days. He said he wanted to become the world's greatest bodybuilder, become a famous Hollywood actor, become a millionaire businessman and always planned on going into politics. He made these goals a reality."

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