President Bush will meet with members of the 2003 Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils and sign the Do-Not-Call Implementation Act in separate events at the White House today.
On Tuesday, he travels to Chicago for a lunchtime fundraiser and a meeting with business leaders. He also has a another fundraiser in Cincinnati on Tuesday evening.
On Wednesday, the president meets with the prime minister of Pakistan and later signs the appropriations act for the Department of Homeland Security at the White House.
On Thursday, the president will make remarks at the White House to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month.
On Friday, the president will make remarks on the economy and attend a fundraiser in Milwaukee. President and Mrs. Bush will attend the 2003 National Book Festival Gala at the Library of Congress in D.C. on Friday evening.
General Clark campaigns in Austin, Texas, this morning, where he will attend a fundraiser at the home of advertising executive Roy Spence.
Clark also greets supporters in Woolridge Park in Austin, and he later speaks at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Clark campaigns in D.C. on Tuesday, meeting with congressional members on Capitol Hill.
He campaigns in Los Angeles on Wednesday, attending a fundraiser at producer Norman Lear's house co-hosted by comedian Larry David. He also will campaign with Governor Davis on Wednesday, and possibly appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Senator Kerry holds a press event this morning with members of the International Association of Fire Fighters in Manchester, N.H. He campaigns with nurses in D.C. on Tuesday. He fundraises on Wednesday in Austin, Texas.
He campaigns in Iowa on Thursday. He's back in D.C. on Friday.
Governor Howard Dean participates in "Dr. Dean's National House Call" in Los Angeles today.
He campaigns more in California tomorrow in Riverside and Los Angeles. He is scheduled to be on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday. He begins a four-day, eight-city "Generation Dean" tour on Friday.
Congressman Gephardt participates in "Gephardt Parties Across America" on Tuesday.
Senator Edwards attends a breakfast fundraiser this morning in Austin, Texas. He attends a meet-and-greet in New York City on Tuesday.
Senator Lieberman fundraises in Connecticut today, in New York tomorrow, and on Thursday in Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania. He will attend the DNC meeting in D.C. on Friday.
Senator Graham attends fundraisers in Los Angeles today. He will attend what the campaign calls their largest dinner fundraiser of the campaign so far later in the week at the Biltmore in Miami.
Congressman Kucinich has breakfast this morning with members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in Westwood, California.
Reverend Sharpton meets with the National Education Association this morning and addresses the Baptist Minister's Convention this afternoon in D.C. Sharpton celebrates his birthday on Thursday and attends the NAACP of South Carolina meeting on Friday.
Ambassador Moseley Braun is in Chicago today and has no public events announced yet for the week.
In the recall:
Governor Davis meets with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson to discuss California's healthy families program this morning in Santa Monica. Later, he participates in a town hall forum in Los Angeles sponsored by Univision.
Lieutenant Governor Bustamante has no public events scheduled for today.