ABC News' The Note: First Source for Political News

—6:00 am: Earliest polls open in New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York state primaries —7:00 am: Polls open in Massachusetts and District of Columbia primaries —8:00 am: Polls open in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Rhode Island state primaries —8:30 am: The Commerce Department releases the August Retail sales report —9:30 am: 9/11 Commissioner Jamie Gorelick testifies before the Senate Governmental Affairs Subcommittee at the Capitol, Washington, DC —9:30 am: Sen. John Kerry holds a conversation with seniors about health care at St. Ann's Intergenerational Care Facility, Milwaukee, WI —9:45 am: The Senate convenes for morning business before debating the Homeland Security Appropriations bill —10:00 am: Vanessa Kerry holds a conversation about health care at the Mason City Room-Public Library, Mason City, IA —10:00 am: Medicare administrator Mark McClellan testifies before the Senate Finance Committee at the Capitol, Washington, DC —10:00 am: The Senate Intelligence Committee opens up hearings on the nomination of Rep. Porter Goss to be the National Intelligence Director at the Capitol, Washington, DC —10:00 am: Bush/Cheney and Kerry/Edwards campaign policy advisors Colin Roskey and Sarah Bianchi participate in a discussion on public health sponsored by the American Public Health Association and the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, Washington, DC —10:00 am: Polls open in Washington state primary —10:15 am: Elizabeth Edwards speaks about education at Lincoln Center Elementary School, South Saint Paul, MN —10:30 am: Laura Bush speaks about the economy at Clintonville Woman's Club, Columbus, OH —10:30 am: Campaign for America's Future co-director Robert Borosage and pollsters Stan Greenberg and Celinda Lake discuss the current political landscape at the Capital Hilton, Washington, DC —10:45 am: President Bush holds a rally at Coors Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO —11:00 am: Ralph Nader speaks at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI —11:30 am: Vice President Cheney attends a rally at the Staple Cotton Warehouse, Blytheville, AR —11:30 am: Teresa Heinz Kerry speaks about health care at Maritime Museum, Erie, PA —11:30 am: Sen. Chuck Schumer holds a press conference at the Capitol about the Democratic Task Force homeland security report, Washington, DC —11:30 am: Former Sen. Bob Dole speaks to the Potomac Officers Club at the Ritz-Carlton-Tysons Corner, McLean, VA —12:05 pm: Sen. John Edwards holds a pool event at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, OR —12:30 pm: The Democratic and Republican Policy Committees meet in their weekly closed sessions at the Capitol, Washington, DC —12:35 pm: Sen. Edwards holds a town hall meeting at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, OR —1:00 pm: Laura Bush speaks about community colleges at Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH —1:30 pm: Families of National Guard members and families of American troops who have died in Iraq hold a press conference criticizing President Bush before his speech to the National Guard Association conference, Las Vegas, NV —1:30 pm: House Democratic Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer holds a pen and pad only briefing at the Capitol, Washington, DC —1:45 pm: Elizabeth Edwards speaks about education at John Marshall High School, Rochester, MN —2:30 pm: September 11th Advocates founders Kristen Breitweiser, Patty Casazza, Monica Gabrielle, Mindy Kleinberg and Lorie Van Auken endorse John Kerry during a press conference at the National Press Club, Washington, DC —3:00 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a town hall meeting focused on health care at the Chester J. Zablocki Senior Center, Toledo, OH —3:10 pm: President Bush speaks to the National Guard Association conference, Las Vegas, NV —4:15 pm: Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean holds a town hall meeting, Edina, MN —3:30 pm: Teresa Heinz Kerry speaks about health care at Lackawanna College, Scranton, PA —3:15 pm: Sen. Edwards attends a DNC fundraiser at the Benson Hotel, Portland, OR —4:00 pm: Vice President Cheney attends a rally at Nathan Goff Armory, Clarksburg, WV —4:00 pm: Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Marc Grossman holds a press conference to officially shift about $3.5 billion from Iraqi reconstruction projects to Iraqi security —5:15 pm: Elizabeth Edwards speaks with military families, Mankato, MN —5:30 pm: Gov. Dean signs copies of his book "You Have the Power" at Barnes & Noble, Edina, MN —7:00 pm: Polls close in Vermont state primary —8:00 pm: Polls close in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and District of Columbia primaries —8:00 pm: Ralph Nader speaks at Loyola University, Chicago, IL —8:50 pm: President Bush returns to the White House —9:00 pm: Polls close in Wisconsin, Minnesota, New York, and Rhode Island primaries —11:00 pm: Polls close in Washington state primary

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