Back in Iowa, Hillary Clinton takes her campaign to in Muscatine at 1:00 pm ET, to Ottumwa at 4:00 pm ET, and to Fort Dodge at 7:30 pm ET. Meanwhile, Bill Clinton departs the Hawkeye State for Independence, Missouri, where he delivers 4:30 pm ET remarks at the Truman Library.
In New Orleans, Obama speaks at the 13th Annual Essence Music Festival.
Richardson stays in New Hampshire for a 4:00 pm ET "job interview" in Marlow.
Dodd remains in Iowa for an 11:00 am ET ice cream social in Clinton, before making stops in Dubuque, Waterloo; finishing with the Waverly community potluck and barbeque at 5:45 pm ET.
Giuliani stays focused on the Florida primary: he visits with employees of American Industrial Plastics in Daytona Beach.
President Bush celebrates his 61st birthday.
Dodd and musician Paul Simon campaign in Iowa with an 8:30 am ET breakfast in Mason City and appearances at 12:15 pm ET and 6:30 pm ET in Fort Dodge and Sioux City, respectively.
Bill Richardson holds an evening fundraising event in Columbia, S.C. He then heads to New Hampshire where he speaks at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce Candidates forum.
Mike Huckabee performs with his band, Capitol Offense, at a 6:00 pm ET open press fundraiser in New Hampshire.
Fred Thompson holds a 5:30 pm ET fundraiser in Atlanta.
Tommy Thompson kicks off his 11-day "Common Sense Solutions Bus Tour" in Ames.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell participates in an Internet chat with Generation Engage in New York.
In a Tuesday interview with the AP's Mike Glover, Hillary Clinton drew a distinction between President Bush's decision to commute the sentence of Scooter Libby – which she has harshly criticized since it was announced on Monday – and her husband's 140 pardons in his closing hours in office. Read the story: LINK
Just last month, Clinton was reluctant to speak out on the possibility of a pardon.
"Oh, I think there would be enough to be said about that without me adding to it," Clinton told MSNBC's Chris Matthews at last month's AFSCME forum.
Matthews scolded Clinton for giving "such a political answer." He was subsequently booed by some of the AFSCME members in attendance for not asking a real question.
Watch the video: LINK
POLITICAL STORIES ON ABCNEWS.COM:
ABC News' Rick Klein "Romney Brings In $14 Million" LINK
ABC News' Rick Klein and Jennifer Parker: "Democrats Turn up Heat Over Libby" LINK
ABC News' Jennifer Duck: "Bush 'Stands By' Decision to Commute Libby Prison Term" LINK
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