ABC News' The Note: First Source for Political News

— 6:30 am: Polls open in the North Carolina gubernatorial primary — 7:00 am: Polls open in the Georgia Senate primary — 8:05 am: President Bush meets with his economic advisers at the White House — 8:30 am: The Commerce Department releases housing stats for June — 8:30 am: Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks at an International Donors Conference on Haiti at the World Bank, Washington, D.C. — 8:45 am: Attorney General John Ashcroft delivers the keynote address at the 2004 National Leadership Conference of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces Program, Washington, D.C. — 9:00 am: The House of Representatives meets for its morning hour — 9:30 am: Sens. Jon Kyl and Joe Lieberman and former CIA Director James Woolsey hold a news conference to announce the formation of the Committee on the Present Danger, an advocacy group dedicated to winning the war on terrorism, at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 9:30 am: The Senate Armed Services committee holds — 9:30 am: The Senate Armed Services Committee is briefed by the Iraqi survey group in a closed door session at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 10:00 am: The Senate convenes for morning business — 10:00 am: House Speaker Dennis Hastert holds a photo opportunity with Serbian President Boris Tadic at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 10:30 am: The Senate Select Intelligence Committee discusses intelligence reform and bipartisan legislation sponsored by Senator Diane Feinstein that would create a National Intelligence Director position at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 10:30 am: EMILY's List National Political Director Karen White releases a report on female swing voters in the 2004 election, Washington, D.C. — 12:00 pm: Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge speaks about public preparedness at the American Red Cross National Headquarters, Washington, D.C. — 12:00 pm: Sean "P. Diddy" Combs presents his political plans for the 2004 election at NYU, New York, N.Y. — 12:00 pm: Former Gov. Howard Dean attends a fundraiser for California Assembly candidate Mary Ann Andreas at the Riviera Resort Hotel, Palm Springs, Calif. — 12:30 pm: The Senate Democrats hold their weekly policy luncheon at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 12:30 pm: The Senate Republicans hold their weekly policy luncheon at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 1:40 pm: President Bush participates in an "Ask President Bush" event, Cedar Rapids, Iowa — 1:00 pm: Ralph Nader holds a press conference at Cyrano's Bookstore and Off-center Playhouse, Anchorage, Alaska — 2:00 pm: Secretary Powell speaks to the press following his meeting with Serbian President Boris Tadic at the State Department, Washington, D.C. — 2:30 pm: Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan appears before the Senate Armed Services committee at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 3:00 pm: President Clinton signs copies of his book "My Life" at Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver, Colo. — 6:30 pm: President Bush speaks at a campaign rally at the Family Arena, St. Charles, Mo. — 7:00 pm: Polls close in Georgia — 7:30 pm: Polls close in North Carolina — 11:05 pm: President Bush returns to the White House

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