Today's Schedule (all times Eastern):
—9:00 am: Gen. Wesley Clark discusses childhood education, Rochester Child Center, Rochester, N.H. —10:30 am: RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie addresses Plymouth High School students and speaks to the media, Plymouth, N.H. —10:40 am: President Bush signs the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, D.C. —12:30 pm: Chairman Gillespie speaks at a luncheon for the Vesta Roy Excellence in Public Service Series, Concord, N.H. —12:30 pm: Sen. John Edwards meets with Shelby County Democratic activists, Harlan, Iowa —12:30 pm: Sen. Joe Lieberman unveils a family-related policy proposal, Manchester, N.H. —12:30 pm: Rep. Dennis Kucinich attends a luncheon with supporters, Houston —1:00 pm: Gen. Clark meets with supporters, Portland, Maine —1:30 pm: Chairman Gillespie holds a press conference about the New Hampshire primary, Concord, N.H. —1:45 pm: Sen. Edwards meets with Audobon County Democratic activists, Audobon, Iowa —2:00 pm: Sen. John Kerry speaks and takes questions at the Council on Foreign Relations, New York City —2:10 pm: President Bush signs the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act, White House —3:00 pm: Sen. Edwards meets with Cass County Democratic activists, Atlantic, Iowa —3:15 pm: Sen. Lieberman attends town hall meeting, New England College, Henniker, N.H. —3:30 pm: Rep. Kucinich speaks to college journalists, Houston —4:30 pm: Sen. Edwards meets with Adair County Democratic activists, Greenfield, Iowa —4:45 pm: Rep. Kucinich attends a rally and speaks to the press, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Houston —5:30 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a fundraiser at Jean-Luc, New York City —5:45 pm: Sen. Edwards meets with Guthrie County Democratic activists, Guthrie Center, Iowa —6:00 pm: Sen. Lieberman attends town hall meeting, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. —6:00 pm: Rep. Kucinich attends reception and speaks to the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, Houston —6:15 pm: Gen. Clark attends a house party, Exeter, N.H. —6:30 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a fundraiser at a private residence, New York, N.Y. —7:00 pm: Chairman Gillespie gives a speech titled "A Preview to the 2004 Elections," St. Anselm's College Institute of Politics, Goffstown, N.H. —7:30 pm: Gen. Clark speaks with members of the community at Philips Exeter Academy, N.H. —8:00 pm: Sen. Edwards speaks as part of Iowa State University's Presidential Caucus Lecture Series, Ames, Iowa —8:00 pm: Rep. Kucinich dines with supporters, Mykonos Restaurant, Houston —9:00 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a fundraiser at a private residence with Al Franken and Rep. Harold Ford, Jr., New York City
As President Bush gets ready to sign Medicare reform into law on Monday, anticipates Friday's employment figures, faces another EPA flap over mercury rules, and grapples with the jaws of steel, the Democrats who want his job and the political press continue to tangle with — Howard Brush Dean.
From Walter Shapiro to Rush Limbaugh to John Harris' brother-in-law to the Boston Globe to Zach Jones — from fundraising, to sealed records, to candidate-on-candidate contact — it's another day dominated by The Former Governor of a Small, Rural State.