Governor Davis holds an event on the Santa Monica boardwalk with Senator Boxer to announce $50 million for coastline preservation and coastal communities. He also holds the first in a series of planned "Conversations with Californians" tonight in Los Angeles.
Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante has no public events scheduled for today.
Peter Ueberroth holds a closed roundtable with La Opinion and an open press availability at the Los Angeles Biltmore. KABC covers his announcement at the Biltmore. He also appears on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight.
Arianna Huffington appears on C-SPAN's Washington Journal this morning and Univision tonight. She will also visit the Los Angeles Leadership Academy today.
Tom McClintock has no public events scheduled for today.
Bill Simon has postponed has previously scheduled public events for today.
President Bush is at the ranch today.
Congressman Gephardt campaigns in Las Vegas and Albuquerque today. He addresses the PACE convention in Las Vegas and then meets with local Democrats in Albuquerque. PACE will endorse Gephardt today.
Senator Edwards begins his "Real Solutions Tour" in New Hampshire today. He'll tour downtown Nashua and hold town hall meetings in Concord and Manchester.
Governor Dean campaigns in New Hampshire today. He'll attend a party tonight at Kathleen Kelley's house in Manchester.
Senator Graham campaigns in Atlanta today, with all of his events closed to the press. He will hold a pair of meet and greets, a pair of fundraisers, and do a television interview.
Congressman Kucinich is in Huron, Ohio, today to address an United Auto Workers meeting.
Senator Lieberman takes "Joe's Jobs Tour" to Rochester and Hampton, New Hampshire, today.
Reverend Sharpton is in New York today with no public events scheduled.
Ambassador Braun and Senator Kerry have no public events today.
The rest of the political world, in other news: 1. A total must-read Balz and Broder byline on former NGA/DGA chairman Howard Dean and the nation's governors: "Dean's lack of success in attracting endorsements from Democratic chief executives stands in sharp contrast President Bush's success four years ago among Republican governors." … "On the basis of interviews with many of the Democrats who are attending the National Governors Association (NGA) meeting here this week, it appears unlikely that Dean can expect to see significant gubernatorial support anytime soon. 'It's not going to happen,' said Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, who holds open the possibility of eventually endorsing one of the nine Democratic presidential candidates but who remains neutral for now. Virginia Gov. Mark Warner said, 'I don't see any move at this point for governors to move as a bloc.'" Be sure to read Governor Granholm's quote as well. LINK
2. Senator Edwards needed some good press, and Nedra Pickler's article delivers: Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack says the North Carolina senator could make his state's caucuses a four-way race. Check out Vilsack's assessment of his other three top candidates. LINK; Edwards is making waves in Virginia, too. LINK; part four of the making of the candidate: LINK.
3. Republicans like Ed Gillespie and Attorney General Ashcroft "are fighting back" in Iowa, reports the Des Moines Register 's Tom Beaumont. LINK
4. Senator Graham popped up on the cable nets yesterday for comment on the UN headquarters bombing in Iraq. His criticism of President Bush topped the MUL story about his latest NH visit. LINK