The Note's Sneak Peek


The first lady is in Lusaka, Zambia as part of her tour of Africa speaking to the President, Levy Patrick Mwanawasa and his wife, Maureen before visiting a school, a community centre and local ministries.

As for President Bush, he makes 8:35 am ET remarks at the announcement of the official nomination of Admiral Michael Mullen and General James Cartwright to be Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, before an 11:15 am ET speach at the Naval War College in Newport, RI. He then makes his way to Kennebunkport, Maine.

As for the man who bested him in the 2000 popular vote, former Vice President Al Gore joins Live Earth founder Kevin Wall for a 12:45 ET press conference at the Hearst Tower in New York to unveil Live Earth's "action call" on climate change.

While Gore is busy in New York, the Democrat he backed in 2004 -- DNC Chairman Howard Dean -- attends a 10:30 am ET utility workers convention in Cincinnati followed by a 7:00 pm ET fundraiser in Cleveland.

And Women's Voices, Women Vote releases a research report titled, "The State of Unmarried America," on the rapidly growing number of unmarried female voters.

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