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Thursday July 14, 2005
MEHLMAN in Milwaukee, WI * 9:30 AM: Republican National Committee (RNC)Chairman Ken Mehlman will address the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's (NAACP) 96th Annual Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Thursday July 14, 2005. Chairman Mehlman's remarks will reflect the Party's on-going commitment to reaching out to the African American community. [RNC, 7/12/05]

UPDATED* BUSH in Indianapolis, Indiana - 12:45 PM EDT: Bush goes to Indianapolis to address the Indiana Black Expo Corporate Luncheon. Roughly 3,200 will attend the event in the RCA Dome, the largest event of its kind in North America. Bush is expected to discuss economic security, home ownership and ensuring opportunity. The speech is available live at 12:45 p.m. EDT. The group is expected to present the president with a lifetime achievement award. [CNN.com, 7/14/05]

NEW* RICE in Washington, DC * 1:15 PM: Signing of US-Portugal
Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Bilateral Instruments with His
Excellency Diogo Freitas do Amaral, Minister of Foreign Affairs of
Portugal. [State Department, 7/14/05]

Friday July 15, 2005
BUSH in Washington, DC: President Bush will welcome President Antonio
Saca of El Salvador to the White House. The President looks forward to
continuing his dialogue with President Saca on issues of shared interest
like free trade, democracy, and security. [White House, 7/8/05]

UPDATED* BUSH in North Carolina: President Bush will visit a Belmont
textile plant Friday during a whirlwind visit to shore up thin Southern
support for a controversial new trade pact. Bush is scheduled to tour
the Helms plant of R.L. Stowe Mills and then tout the Central America
Free Trade Agreement in a speech at Gaston College. In coming to Rep.
Sue Myrick's 9th Congressional District, the president is coming to the
only district in the Carolinas whose representative publicly supports
the pact. [The Charlotte Observer, 7/14/05]

GIULIANI in Orlando, FL * 10 AM: Rudy Giuliani will be the keynote
speaker at the Southeast Building Conference -- the South's largest
building industry trade show and educational conference -- at the Orange
County Convention Center in Orlando. Sponsored by the Florida Home
Builders Association, the 27th annual conference will be held Thursday
through Saturday. Giuliani will speak about "building strength during
times of adversity." [Florida Today, 7/11/05; SEBCchow.com]

NEW* BROWNBACK in South Carolina: Kansas Senator Sam Brownback will be
in South Carolina on Friday and Saturday for a half-dozen events,
including a state Republican fundraiser. He'll also meet with a group of
pastors in Charleston and give an interview on radio. South Carolina
Senator Jim DeMint will accompany Brownback during the trip. [AP,
7/15/05]

Monday July 18, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh to the White House on July 18. The visit marks the next
stage in the expanding and deepening U.S.-India relationship, building
on the recent high-level exchanges and initiatives between the two
governments. The two leaders will touch on all aspects of U.S.-India
cooperation including economic, energy, and strategic elements. [White
House, 6/3/05]

HUCKABEE in Des Moines, IA: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) will be named NGA
chair at the conclusion of the annual meeting in Des Moines, Iowa. [AP,
6/9/2005]

Tuesday July 19, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister John
Howard to the White House on July 19th. A critical ally and partner,
Australia continues to work with the United States to combat terrorism,
stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and promote peace
and freedom. President Bush looks forward to discussing with Prime
Minister Howard important regional and international issues and ways to
further deepen and broaden bilateral relations between the United States
and Australia. [White House, 6/24/05]

ROVE in Washington, DC: Rove is scheduled to attend a small high-donor
Washington-based event with Rep. Jim Gerlach, R-Pa., July 19.
[CongressDaily, 7/11/05]

Wednesday July 20, 2005
DOLE in Chester, VA * 10 AM: Former Presidential Candidate and Senator
Bob Dole will hold a press conference in Chester, VA, the site of the
second stop on his nationwide speaking tour to promote Part D of the new
Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. Senator Dole will unveil the list
of "10 Things Seniors Need to Know", an educational pamphlet that
explains the details of the Medicare Drug Benefit in easy to understand
language. Senator Dole will be joined by Leslie Norwalk of CMS, who will
discuss CMS outreach activities and review the technical aspects of the
new law. Bob Dufour of Wal-Mart will be on hand to discuss the Medicare
information displays and other outreach activities that Wal-Mart is
setting up in more than 3,700 Wal-Mart stores, SAM'S Clubs and
Neighborhood Markets to dispense the "10 Things" pamphlet.
[www.bobdoleonmedicare.com]

Thursday July 21, 2005
BUSH in McLean, VA: President Bush will appear at a fundraising dinner
at the McLean home of a prominent Jerry Kilgore supporter, the former
Attorney General who easily won the Republican nomination for governor
in June. [AP, 6/15/05, CNN, 6/29/2005]

Friday July 22, 2005
UPDATED* CHENEY in Princeton, NJ: New Jersey Republican Committee
$1,000-a-plate fundraiser featuring VP Cheney. [New Jersey Republican
Committee; AP, 7/13/05]

Monday July 25, 2005
CHENEY in Pittsburgh, PA: Vice President Cheney will be in Pittsburgh
for a luncheon and a separate, exclusive "roundtable discussion" to help
raise money for Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa. [CongressDaily, 7/11/05]

Tuesday July 26, 2005
ROVE in Maryland: Karl Rove will be the star attraction at a fundraiser
in Washington for Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele. Although Mr.
Steele has not publicly committed himself to run for the U.S. Senate
next year, the fundraiser headlined by Karl Rove, the White House deputy
chief of staff, sends a strong signal that the lieutenant governor will
be the Republican candidate. [Washington Times, 7/11/05]

Friday July 29, 2005
BUSH in Washington, DC: President Bush will host Pakistan's Prime
Minister Shaukat Aziz. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said Aziz will
stay in Washington three days and visit leading members of Congress as
well. [AP, 7/6/2005]

Thursday August 4, 2005
BUSH in Crawford, TX: President and Mrs. Bush will welcome President
Alvaro Uribe of Colombia and Mrs. Uribe to their ranch in Crawford,
Texas on August 4, 2005. [White House, 7/13/05]

Wednesday September 21, 2005
DOLE in Greensboro, NC * 6 PM: Former President Bill Clinton and former
Sen. Bob Dole will headline a fund-raising gala in Greensboro in
September to raise money for Bennett College for Women. A reception for
Clinton and Dole will be held at Grandover Resort and Conference Center
at 6 p.m. on Sept. 21. At 7 p.m., Bennett contributors can attend the
gala celebration with the two former political leaders. [American City
Business Journals, 7/1/05]

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