Schwarzenegger has received several awards and nominations for his work in films. In Stay Hungry , one of his early roles, he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture. He has also been nominated for various awards for his work in Terminator 2: Judgment Day , Junior , and True Lies . According to Box Office Mojo , a box office revenue tracking website, films in which Schwarzenegger has acted have grossed a total of more than $ billion within the United States, with an average of $67 million per film and total $ billion worldwide.  According to The Numbers, another box office revenue tracking website, films in which Schwarzenegger has acted have total grossed around $ billion worldwide. 
To fulfill the first two points, he urged California voters to pass Proposition 57 and Proposition 58 in the March 2, 2004, election, which authorized the sale of $15 billion in bonds and mandated balanced budgets, respectively. Despite initially tepid support from the public, the combination of heavy campaigning by Schwarzenegger, endorsements from a number of leading Democrats, and warnings about the dire consequences should the propositions fail to pass, led to majority votes in favor of the two propositions. Prop. 57 passed with % of the votes in favor and Prop. 58 passed with % in favor. He accomplished the third point when he signed a workers' compensation reform bill on April 19, 2004.