The Note: Republicans as Democrats

Republican Senate candidate Tom Kean, JR. and former Gov. Tom Kean (R-NJ) hold an 11:45 am ET press conference to discuss this year's election on the steps of the Old Courthouse in Mount Holly, NJ.

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) attends a noon ET luncheon for Rep. Jim Harrison (R-SC) at the South Carolina State Museum's Vista Room in Columbia, SC.

Former Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) kicks off a 3-day campaign for the minimum wage with gubernatorial candidate Dina Titus and senatorial candidate Jack Carter at 1:15 pm ET at the Grand Sierra Report in Reno, NV. They are later joined by congressional candidate Tessa Hafen at the Doris Hancock Elementary School in Las Vegas, NV at 5 pm ET.

Former House Majority Leaders Dick Armey (R-TX) and Dick Gephardt (D-MO), as well as editor of The Cook Political Report Charlie Cook were scheduled to discuss the midterm elections at the Willard InterContinental Hotel Ballroom in Washington, DC at 8 am ET.

Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN) was scheduled to campaign with New Hampshire State House candidates in Nashua, NH at 8:30 am ET. Bayh meets with the Democratic Party at their Manchester headquarters at 10 am ET. Later, Sen. Bayh headlines a luncheon honoring state Senate candidate Deb Reynolds (D-NH) in Plymouth, NH at 12:15 am ET and attends an event with NH State House candidates and incumbents in Concord, NH at 2:15 pm ET.

Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and senior officials from the Center for American Progress Action Fund discuss a new quarterly report assessing the Bush Administration's Iraq and economic policies at the U.S. Capitol at 10:30 am in Washington, DC.

Former Vice President Dan Quayle speaks at the University Of Arkansas Clinton School Of Public Service in Little Rock, AR.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Davis debates Republican candidate Charlie Crist at Nova Southeaster University in Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL.

Elctionline.org holds at 2 pm ET to hold a conference call about "Election Preview 2006: What's Changed, What Hasn't and Why" with electionline.org's director Doug Chapin. LINK.

The League of Women Voters (LWV) holds a news conference to launch VOTE411.org, a one-stop source for election information at the LVW at 10:30 am ET in Washington, DC.

The Center for Responsive Politics holds a conference call briefing to predict the total cost of the 2006 midterm elections.

Champions of Democracy are scheduled at 6:30 pm ET to hold there 2006 Champions of Democracy Awards reception honoring Jack Kemp, Carol Thompson Cole and Charles Miller at the Madison Hotel in Washington, DC.

The New America Foundation was scheduled to hold a 9 am ET forum on "Comprehensive Peace-Making in the Middle East: What Next?" with the president of the Israel Council of Foreign Relations David Kimche, the New American Foundation's Daniel Levy and Center for American Progress's Mara Rudman at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) holds a news conference to release the results of a survey of American Muslims voters at the National Press Club at 10:30 am ET in Washington.

Gov. Mike Rounds (R-SD) celebrates his 52nd birthday today.

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