-- Arnold Schwarzenegger will hold a (seemingly semi-stacked) town hall meeting in Orange County — thoughtfully planned for after the evening news broadcasts. His wife, Maria Shriver, will register voters in Sacramento.
-- Be on the lookout for the latest Field Poll numbers.;
-- Governor Davis is expected to hold his latest forum in his "Conversations with Californians" series.
The historic four-hour oral arguments on campaign finance reform are underway at the Supreme Court. It's the first time the justices have come back for a special session since Watergate.
The president visits a tutoring center and makes remarks at Kirkpatrick Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee, today. Later, he goes to a Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser at the Loews Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel in Nashville. On Tuesday, the president attends a lunchtime Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida and a dinner fundraiser at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale. In between those fundraisers, he'll make remarks on education at a Jacksonville elementary school. On Wednesday, he meets with the Prime Minister of Kuwait at the White House and makes remarks on homeland security at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. On Thursday, President and Mrs. Bush will attend a memorial service at St. John's Episcopal Church in D.C., observe a moment of silence on the South Lawn, and visit with wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. On Friday, the president makes remarks at Fort Stewart in Georgia, makes remarks at a fundraiser for Mississippi gubernatorial candidate Haley Barbour in Jackson, Mississippi, and makes remarks at the Power Center in Houston, Texas.
Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at a lunchtime fundraiser for Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Congressman Ernie Fletcher in Cincinnati, Ohio. He also attends a private Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser in Roanoke, Virginia, tonight. He attends a fundraiser for North Carolina senatorial candidate Congressman Richard Burr on Friday in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Senator Edwards addresses the SEIU conference this morning. He heads to New Hampshire tonight for a town hall meeting in Merrimack. He campaigns some more in New Hampshire tomorrow in Bedford and Derry before coming south to address the AFSCME meeting in D.C. and go to the debate in Baltimore. He has no other public events announced for the week until Senator Harkin's Steak Fry in Indianola on Saturday.
Senator Kerry speaks to the SEIU conference and the AFSCME meeting this morning. He visits a child care center in Baltimore tomorrow before attending the debate. On Wednesday, he's in Boston with Moby. On Friday, he campaigns at Morgan State University in Columbia, South Carolina. He'll be at a tailgate in Ames, Iowa, on Saturday morning before heading to Indianola for the steak fry.
Congressman Gephardt addresses the AFSCME meeting and the SEIU conference today. He also appears on CNBC Marketplace with Ron Insana. He has no other events announced yet for the week, but he will be at the steak fry on Saturday.
Congressman Kucinich addresses the Spiritual Dimensions in Global Public Policy Series at the United Nations today in New York City. He speaks to the SEIU convention tonight in D.C. He'll be at Baltimore on Tuesday for the debate. On Saturday, he keynotes the Federated Democratic Women of Ohio's meeting in Columbus and then goes to Indianola for the steak fry.