The Note

TODAY SCHEDULE AS OF 9:00 am (all times ET):

— 8:30 am: Rev. Al Sharpton speaks at Dreher High School, Columbia, S.C. — 8:30 am: Sen. John Edwards attends a community breakfast with Rep. Bill Clyburn at Shoney's Of Aiken, Aiken, S.C. — 8:45 am: Gen. Wesley Clark attends a "Conversation with Clark" at Benedict College, Columbia, S.C. — 9:00 am: Gov. Howard Dean attends a campaign event, Columbia, S.C. — 9:15 am: RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie, California Republican Party Chairman Duf Sundheim, and others speak at the RNC Winter meeting, Washington, D.C. — 9:30 am: Sen. John Kerry hosts a "Town Hall for America's Future" event with veterans at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. — 9:45 am: Off-camera press gaggle by White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan — 10:00 am: Sen. Joe Lieberman visits Bowlerama's senior bowling league, New Castle, Del. — 10:00 am: Internal Dean For America staff meeting to discuss campaign changes — 10:35 am: President Bush meets with economists, The White House — 11:00 am: Sens. Kerry and Edwards, Gov. Dean, Gen. Clark, Rev. Sharpton and Rep. Dennis Kucinich participate in the "People's Agenda for Economic Justice" forum sponsored by Community Change, Columbia, S.C. — 12:00 pm: BC '04 Campaign Manager Ken Mehlman speaks at the RNC Winter Meeting, Washington, D.C. — 12:30 pm: Sen. Lieberman visits with patrons at Spence's Bazaar, Dover, Del. — 12:30 pm: On-camera press briefing by Press Secretary McClellan — 1:00pm: Politics Live on ABCNews.com and AOL — 1:15 pm: President Bush meets with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, The White House — 1:30 pm: Sen. Edwards attends a rally at Francis Marion University, Florence, S.C. — 1:30 pm: Rev. Sharpton and Tom Joyner attend a rally at Benedict College, Columbia, S.C. — 3:00 pm: Gov. Dean makes remarks on education at the Missouri History Museum, St. Louis, Mo. — 3:10 pm: Gen. Clark greets voters at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Tulsa, Okla. — 3:30 pm: Sen. Edwards attends a rally at Anderson Library, Sumter, S.C. — 3:30 pm: Rev. Sharpton attends a leadership luncheon at Benedict College, Columbia, S.C. — 5:45 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a rally at IBEW Local 313, Wilmington, Del. — 8:00 pm: Gen. Clark greets supporters at the Inn and Spa at Loretto, Santa Fe, N.M. — 8:30 pm: Sen. Edwards attends a concert by Hootie and the Blowfish at Jillian's, Columbia. S.C. — 9:00 pm: Gov. Dean attends a rally in Alburquerque, N.M. — 9:30 pm: Rev. Sharpton attends a fundraiser at Club Inzone, North Charleston, S.C. — 11:30 pm: Gen. Clark greets supporters at the Savoy Opera House, Tucson, Ariz. — 11:30 pm: Rev. Sharpton attends a fundraiser at Club V12, Columbia, S.C.

NEWS SUMMARY

If you are lucky enough not to have access to Mark Mellman's polling data from the Feb. 3 states, you know/think that the race for the Democratic presidential nomination is still far from settled.

Still, with President Bush much in the news, the Googling monkeys have shifted some of their collective work to trying to divine the contours of the general election.

43 is still #1 for re-election, according to the lads at Ladbroke, but among Democrats, there is a real feeling that just maybe they can win back the White House in November.

So: a Note quiz and contest.

Put the elements below in order from most-likely to least-likely to play a role in a possible Democratic win in November.

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