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—9:45 am: The Senate convenes for morning business —9:45 am: Chris Heinz holds a town hall at the University of Maine, Orno, ME —10:00 am: Elizabeth Edwards holds a town hall with "Moms on a Mission" at the VFW Post 9916, Westover, WV —10:00 am: The Human Rights Campaign hosts a press conference with Republican voters opposed to President Bush's proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, Washington, DC —10:15 am: Cate Edwards holds a town hall at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke, NC —10:30 am: House Majority Leader Tom DeLay joins Hispanic leaders at a news conference in support of the Federal Marriage Amendment at the Capitol, Washington, DC —10:30 am: The New Democratic Network holds a news conference to announce an advertising campaign targeting South Florida Hispanic voters, Washington, DC —10:30 am: The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life hosts a discussion on "Pushing the Envelope? The Political Activities of Religious Organizations in Campaign 2004" at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC —11:00 am: Sen. Edwards holds in a town hall at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA —11:30 am: Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Christopher Shays hold a press conference at the Capitol on the 9/11 Commission's recommendations, Washington, DC —11:45 am: Sens. Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins and 9/11 Commissioners Lee Hamilton and former Sen. Slade Gordon hold a news conference at the Capitol to discuss the Collins-Lieberman National Intelligence Reform Act of 2004, Washington, DC —11:45 am: Democratic billionaire donor George Soros, introduced by Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.), criticizes President Bush's policies on Iraq and the war on terror at the National Press Club, Washington, DC —12:00 pm: Majority Leader DeLay holds a pen and page briefing at the Capitol, Washington, DC —12:15 pm: Cate Edwards holds a town hall at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC —12:30 pm: Senate Democrats and Republicans meet for their regular Tuesday closed session policy committees at the Capitol, Washington, DC —12:30 pm: The House of Representatives meets for morning business —12:30 pm: The Council on Foreign Relations holds a meeting on trade and the U.S. economy as part of its Campaign 2004 Debate Series, Washington, DC —12:30 pm: House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer, with Rep. Ike Skelton, holds his regular pen and pad briefing at the Capitol, Washington, DC —1:40 pm: Vice President and Lynne Cheney hold a town hall at the Grand River Center, Dubuque, IA —2:15 pm: Elizabeth Edwards hosts a roundtable discussion with community members at the Food and Friends Diner, Lewisburg, WV —4:15 pm: Barbara Bush and her grandchildren Jenna and Barbara Bush speak at Exeter High School, Exeter, NH —4:30 pm: First Lady Laura Bush speaks at a campaign rally at Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR —5:00 pm: Chris Heinz attends a rally at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA —5:00 pm: Andre Heinz attends a rally at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH —5:15 pm: Sen. Edwards holds a town hall in the Robert Treat Hotel, Newark, NJ —6:20 pm: Vice President Cheney participates in a Victory 2004 rally at Choice Products USA, Eau Claire, WI —7:50 pm: Sen. Edwards attends a Kerry-Edwards 2004 Victory Fund Reception at the Hilton Hotel, East Brunswick, NJ —8:00 pm: Ralph Nader speaks at Carefree Theatre, West Palm Beach, FL —8:10 pm: Laura Bush speaks at a campaign rally at Henderson Pavilion, Henderson, NV

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