The Note: Consensus Reached

Boston University holds a panel discussion on "The Mid-Term Election: A Reversal of the Republican Revolution? Implications for Congress and for 2008" with the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, Jennifer Duffy of the Cook Political Report, and Gerald Seib of the Wall Street Journal at 8:30 am ET. at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

The Brookings Institution hosts a forum, "The Marketplace of Democracy: A Groundbreaking Survey Explores Voter Attitudes About Electoral Competition and American Politics" at 10:00 am ET in Washington, DC.

Weekend politics:

On Saturday, President Bush attends an Indiana Victory 2006 Rally in Sellersburg, IN at 12:45 pm ET. He then travels to South Carolina to meet with troops at the Charleston Air Force Base at 5:25 pm ET. before attending a RNC dinner on Kiawah Island at 7:05 pm ET.

Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) attends a "Get Out the Vote" Rally at 5:15 pm ET at the State Capitol Building in Little Rock, AR. Senate candidates Bob Corker (R-TN) and Rep. Harold Ford (D-TN) debate in Nashville, TN. Former President Clinton continues his "birthday tour" with a brunch and golf tournament at the Bayonne Golf Club and an evening gala at the Natural History Museum with his opening remarks at 6:30 pm ET.

DNC Chairman Howard Dean, Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA), and Nevada Democratic leaders hold an "Asian American and Pacific Islanders GOTV Rally" in Las Vegas, NV.

On Sunday, former President Clinton hosts a party/fundraiser at the Beacon Theatre featuring the Rolling Stones. Thousands of invitations were sent out, the money will go towards his charitable foundations and the concert will be filmed by Martin Scorsese. Co-hosting the event is former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe and his daughter, Chelsea.

Senate candidates Rep. Mark Kennedy (R-MN) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) debate in St. Paul, MN.

Sen. George Allen campaigns at a rally for the protection of marriage in Harrisonburg at 12:00 pm ET.

Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) delivers his "gathering storm" speech on the War on terror at 9:30 am ET in Pittsburg, PA, 12:00 pm ET. in Johnstown, PA and 2:30 pm ET. in Erie, PA.

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