Mitt Romney, who came under criticism from the Iowa Democratic Party on Friday for backing personal Social Security retirement accounts, speaks at the town hall in Dubuque and hosts a luncheon in Cedar Rapids.
John McCain raises money in Birmingham, Ala.
Hillary Clinton's raises money at Joe T. Garcia's Mexican Restaurant in Fort Worth, TX. Clinton adviser Terry McAuliffe told the Star Telegram that Clinton "loves Mexican food and wants to have their enchiladas." LINK
The Senator then heads to Oklahoma City for a more formal fundraiser at 9:00 pm ET.
Mike Huckabee focuses on Texas money Friday and Saturday at various private fundraising parties. He will also appear on local Texas media and speak at a church service on Saturday.
Mike Gravel makes his opinion on taxes to the National Taxpayers Union Foundation and Iowans for Tax Relief with a speech on Washington, DC, at 8:20 pm ET.
Dennis Kucinich is in Florida for the weekend.
The POTUS spends Saturday in Crawford Texas.
Romney stays in Iowa for events in Burlington, Wapello and Muscatine.
John and Elizabeth Edwards have a full schedule with events in Sioux Centre, Le Mars, Cherokee, Storm Lake, Sac City and Carroll.
On Monday, the First Lady hosts the Senate Spouses luncheon in the East Room of the White House at 12:30 pm ET. Among the '08er spouses, Cindy McCain is confirmed as attending. Confirmed as not attending are: Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama, and Jill Biden. Still TBA: Jackie Clegg Dodd and Mary Brownback, reports ABC News' Sunlen Miller.
(Entertainment will be provided by Marvin Hamlisch of A Chorus Line fame).
Barack Obama meets his supporters in Newton, IA before enjoying an "Evening in the Park" in Ottumwa, IA.
Hillary Clinton holds a fundraiser in East Brunswick, NJ, while Bill Clinton addresses the Economic Club of Grand Rapids, Mich. Clinton's remarks are expected to focus on the Middle East and the work of his foundation.
Sam Brownback takes his "Parker to Ames Tour" to Iowa with visits to Oskaloosa, Knoxville, Indianola, Winterset, Adel, Guthrie Center and Perry.
Four hundred immigrants from beyond the beltway arrive at Union Station, Washington, DC to meet with congress and add their voices to the debate.