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Speakers include (not in order): — Princella Smith, winner of MTV "Stand Up and Holla," addresses the convention. — Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-N.C.) addresses the convention. — George P. Bush of Miami, Fla., nephew of the president, addresses the convention. — Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) addresses the convention. — Secretary of Education Rod Paige addresses the convention. — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-CA) addresses the convention. — First Lady Laura Bush addresses the convention.


— 10:30 am: Vanessa Kerry, Cate Edwards and Andre Heinz hold a study break at North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC — 10:45 am: President Bush speaks at the American Legion National Convention at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN — 11:15 am: Sen. John Edwards makes a front-porch visit, Beckley, WV — 12:00 pm: Sen. Edwards speaks at Shoemaker Square, Beckley, WV — 12:00 pm: Elizabeth Edwards participates in a town hall with Reno voters at the University of Nevada, Reno, NV — 12:15 pm: Vanessa Kerry, Cate Edwards, and Andre Heinz hold a study break at North Carolina Central University, Chapel Hill, NC — 4:00 pm: President Bush speaks at the 2004 Farm Progress Show, Alleman, IA — 4:30 pm: Elizabeth Edwards holds a living room discussion with military families, Las Vegas, NV — 4:30 p.m. Vanessa Kerry, Cate Edwards, and Andre Heinz attend a rally for the "Next Generation" at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC — 9:00 pm: Ralph Nader addresses the Campus Anti-War Counter-Convention at Columbia University, New York, NY — 9:30 pm: President Bush visits a softball game and family-style picnic, Gettysburg, PA


— 7:30 am: Rudy Giuliani attends Iowa delegate breakfast, Sheraton Manhattan Hotel, New York, NY — 7:30 am: Democratic National Committee unveils 10 banners across from Madison Square Garden, New York, NY — 8:00 am: Karl Rove speaks before the Pennsylvania Delegation, New York, NY — 8:00 am: Gov. George Pataki speaks before the New Hampshire Delegation, New York, NY — 8:00 am: Matt Dowd, BC04 chief strategist, speaks before the Bloggers Breakfast Reception, New York, NY — 8:45 am: The Republican National Committee holds its daily briefing at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY — 10:00 am: The Democratic National Committee's (DNC) Convention Response Team hosts its daily morning press conferences at 275 7th Avenue (between 25th and 26th streets), 15th floor, New York, NY — 10:00 am: Human Rights Campaign launches billboard truck caravan with the message "George W. Bush: You're Fired", New York, NY — 10:00 am: New York Civil Liberties Union holds press conference to discuss police actions during Poor People's March on Monday, New York, NY — 11:30 am: Jenna and Barbara Bush introduce First Lady Laura Bush at a "Tribute to First Lady Laura Bush" luncheon, New York, NY

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