SNEAK PEEK: Monster's Ball

Wyoming Democratic Caucuses
Earliest Caucus Meeting Begins: 11:00 am ET
Last Caucuses Begin: 6:00 pm ET
12 Delegates At Stake, proportional

Dick Cheney's home state of Wyoming plays host Saturday to the first Democratic contest since Hillary Clinton resurrected her political fortunes.

Following primary losses in Ohio, Texas, and Rhode Island, Obama is looking to his distant cousin's backyard to keep up his impressive record of winning caucuses.

Clinton is portraying herself as an underdog.

"I know it's an uphill climb," said Clinton on Friday while campaigning in Casper, Wy., "I'm aware of that."

"But, you see," she added, "I am a fighter, and I believe it's worth fighting for your votes."

For his part, Obama used his time in Wyoming on Friday to argue that Clinton is not in any position to criticize him on the Iraq war. "She doesn't have the standing to question my position on this issue," said Obama, referring to Clinton seizing on a Thursday interview that one of Obama's foreign policy advisers gave to the BBC.

Samantha Power, who resigned on Friday after calling Clinton "a monster," said that the Illinois Democrat's plan to withdraw all combat troops from Iraq in 16 months is "a best case scenario" and not necessarily the path that he will follow.

How much have the campaigns invested in Wyoming?

Both sides have had staffers on the ground since February; Obama's team arrived two weeks earlier than Clinton's.

As for the air war, Obama has been up on both television and radio while Clinton's ads have been limited to radio.

On the endorsement front, popular Democratic Governor Dave Freudenthal has remained neutral in the race. The state Democratic Party chair endorsed Obama months ago. Clinton has the support of former two-term Gov. Mike Sullivan, who was appointed U.S. ambassador to Ireland by Bill Clinton.

The state party predicts a turnout of about 7,000 voters. The Obama and Clinton campaigns have told the party to be prepared for a turnout of 11,000.

There are 59,000 registered Democrats in this solidly Red State which last voted Democratic for president in 1964.

Special Election in IL-14:

Illinois' 14th congressional district is holding a special election on Saturday to fill the seat vacated late last year by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert.

Democrat Bill Foster is facing off against Republican Jim Oberweis.

Obama cut a 30-second spot for Foster and stands to pick up a superdelegate if Foster prevails in this Republican-leaning district.

On the campaign front. . .

BILL CLINTON

-- 9:30 am ET: Attends event with voters, Pass Christian, MS

-- 11:30 am ET: Attends event with voters, Biloxi, MS

-- 5:30 pm ET: Attends event with voters, Ellisville, MS

-- 8:00 pm ET: Attends event with voters, Meridian, MS

At the White House. . .

PRESIDENT BUSH

-- 7:00 pm ET: Attends Gridiron Club Dinner, Washington, DC

Monday, March 10, 2008

On the campaign front. . .

BARACK OBAMA

-- Attends event in Columbus, MS

-- Attends event in Jackson, MS

As for the Republicans. . .

JOHN MCCAIN

-- 8:30 pm ET: Attends fundraiser with supporters, St. Louis, MO

At the White House. . .

PRESIDENT BUSH

-- 10:15 am ET: Meets with the Prime Minister of Poland, Washington, DC

-- 3:15 pm ET: Delivers remarks in Honor of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, Washington, DC

VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY

-- 4:25 pm ET: Arrives at Hartsfield Airport, Atlanta, GA

-- 6:00 pm ET: Speaks at the George State Republican Party's President's Day Dinner, Atlanta, GA

-- 6:55 pm ET: Departs Hartsfield Airport, Atlanta, GA

SECRETARY OF STATE RICE

-- 11:30 am ET: Announces the 2nd International Women of Courage Awards, Washington, DC

POLITICAL NEWS ARTICLES AT ABCNEWS.COM

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama Adviser Resigns After Calling Clinton 'a Monster' LINK

ABC News' Bret Hovell Reports: McCain Loses Cool with NY Times Reporter LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Dems Get Nastier as Fight for Nomination Continues LINK

ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf Reports: Jobs Numbers Renew Push for Foreclosure Aid LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Rice Says Clinton Full of Beans LINK

ABC News' Eloise Harper Reports: Clinton Questions Sincerity of Obama's Iraq Withdrawal Policy LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Are Obama and Clinton Telling the Truth About Iraq Withdrawal? LINK

ABC News' Teddy Davis, Jennifer Parker, Eloise Harper and Talal Al-Khatib Report: Clinton, Obama Camp Spar Over Iraq Withdrawal Comments LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Game Time LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Power Outage LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama Website Claims He Won Nevada and Texas LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: McCrabby LINK

POLITICAL VIDEO AT ABCNEWS.COM

Ex-Obama Aide Sorry for 'Monster' Remark Samantha Power apologizes for referring to Hillary Clinton as a "monster." LINK

Delegate Battle Roars On Jake Tapper on how Clinton, Obama really want to resolve the delegate deadlock. LINK

McCain Loses Cool with Reporter
McCain gets heated when asked about a 2004 talk with then WH nominee Kerry. LINK

Bush Concerned About the Economy
Bush: We caught the problem early and "provided the economy with a booster shot." LINK

'The Note' Rewinds the Week's Best Moments
ABC News' Senior Political Reporter Rick Klein on the weekly political roundup. LINK

The Bottom Line on Democratic Strategy
George Stephanopoulos discusses Sens. Clinton and Obama's latest tactics. LINK

Nasty Rhetoric Could Damage Dems
Will finger-pointing between Sens. Clinton and Obama help to elect Sen. McCain? LINK

Pretender to Throne of Camelot?
Jack Worthington, 45, believes John F. Kennedy might have been his father. LINK

This Week All Week Webcast
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama continue to battle for Superdelegates. LINK

How Far Will Clinton's Attacks Go?
Hillary Clinton continues to question Obama's experience in foreign affairs. LINK

Obama Speaks Out
The Democratic hopeful discusses Clinton's criticism and the recent primaries. LINK