This is my parking place to record a timeline for upcoming events associated with Governor Sarah Palin and/or the GOP.
October 7, 2011 ~ ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck are coming to town for a once in a lifetime event and you don’t want to miss it. FM NewsTalk 97.1 and Hansen’s Tree Service proudly present Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck, Friday October 7th, at the Family Arena. Tickets are on sale now through Metrotix.
Oct. 7-9, 2011 ~ WASHINGTON, DC
Values Voter Summit
Gov. Sarah Palin invited ~ not confirmed. VVS 2011 – list of invited and confirmed speakers.
October 8, 2011 ~ LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
Extraordinary Women’s Conference
Governor Sarah Palin will headline the SOLD OUT EWomen Conference and National Simulcast from the Liberty University Vines Center (Lynchburg, VA).
“EWomen exists ‘to help draw women closer to the heart of God’ every day. Jammed with times of praise and worship, Bible teaching, hope and inspiration, this conference is one of our ways to encourage and pour back into the lives of women.” – Julie Clinton, EWomen Host and President
October 11, 2011 ~ HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Bloomberg and The Washington Post to Host GOP Debate
WASHINGTON, DC — Bloomberg and The Washington Post will host a Republican presidential candidate debate on Oct. 11 at Dartmouth College that focuses on the issues voters say they care about most: jobs, deficits, taxes and the economy.
Partnering with Bloomberg News and The Washington Post will be WBIN, the New Hampshire television station, which will broadcast the debate statewide. Bloomberg Television will broadcast the debate globally, and washingtonpostlive.com, which has 16 million viewers, will stream the event in real time.
The Bloomberg-Washington Post debate will be the first of the 2012 campaign devoted to the single subject of the U.S. economy. Three years after the most severe downturn in the economy since the Great Depression, the candidates will debate over federal spending, deficits and debt, Social Security, Medicare, financial regulatory reform, taxes and the top issue in national polls: jobs.
Bloomberg News and The Washington Post have a syndication partnership that distributes stories to almost 500 newspapers worldwide. The Bloomberg Terminal reaches more than 300,000 global financial professionals, Bloomberg.com reaches nearly 12 million users each month, and Bloomberg Businessweek and BloombergBusinessweek.com reach 10 million readers.
Washington Post Live, the events division of The Washington Post, will organize the debate for The Washington Post.
October 11 – 13, 2011 – SOUTH KOREA
Sarah Palin Makes First Visit to S. Korea
Maeil Business Newspaper
Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaska and the Republican Party’s frontline female politician, will be making her very first visit to South Korea to attend the 2011 World Knowledge Forum (WKF 2011)
Palin first entered mainstream politics when she was named the Republican Party nominee for Vice President in the 2008 presidential election. Ever since, Palin has been the figurehead of grassroots conservative politics also known as the Tea Party Movement, which has been opening new scopes in US politics.During the WKF, Sarah Palin will give a US leadership perspective on how to lead the world out of the latest crisis.
The 2011 WKF will be celebrating its 12th session this year under the theme of ‘New Crisis.’ Our distinguished guests – 250 global leaders from 40 countries around the world – will shine new light and shed insights on how to successfully navigate through the drastically altered global management environment following the global financial crisis.
Our list of illustrious speakers include current and former public officials – such as former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown and European Commissioner for Trade Karel de Gucht - as well as the world-famous academics in the likes of Michael Sandel, Amy Chua, and Strobe Talbott. Our prominent mega business speakers also include Toshiba CEO Atsutoshi Nishida and Rio Tinto CEO Tom Albanese.
[Written by Hyun-kyu Shin - Samji Chung / edited by Soyoung Chung]
I will update the following if better information passes my way. These seem to be difficult dates to pin down.
October 31 – That’s the day presidential candidates’ names have to be submitted for inclusion on the primary ballot in Florida.
November 1 ~ candidates have to file for the South Carolina primary ballot — along with a $25,000 fee.
Via @IanLazaran: CNN is indicating that November 15th, not October 15th, is the deadline for getting on Michigan’s ballot.
November 18 ~ New Hampshire primary file date ~ along with $1000 fee.
|October 18th, 2011
||Air time TBD on CNN
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Sponsor: CNN and the Western Republican Leadership Conference
|November 9th, 2011
||8pm ET on CNBC
Location: Oakland University in Rochester, MI
Sponsor: CNBC and the Michigan Republican Party
|December 10th, 2011
||Air time TBD on ABC
Location: Des Moines, IA
Sponsor: ABC News and Republican Party of Iowa
|January 12th, 2012
||Air time TBD on PBS
Location: Iowa Public Television in Johnston, IA
Sponsor: Des Moines Register and Iowa Public Television
|January 30th, 2012
||Air time TBD on Fox News
Location: Des Moines, IA
Sponsor: Fox News and Republican Party of Iowa
||Air time TBD on ABC – Likely between February 7th and 13th
Sponsor: ABC News and WMUR
||Air time TBD on Fox News – Likely between the 19th and 27th
Sponsor: Fox News and South Carolina Republican Party
|March 5th, 2012
||Air time TBD on NBC
Location: Reagan Library in Simi Valley, CA
Sponsor: Reagan Library, NBC News and Politico
Many of these dates are tentative as some states are still messing with their primary dates to jockey for an earlier position. All dates subject to change since some haven’t been settled yet. All events are primaries unless otherwise noted as being a caucus.
January 31st: Florida
February 6th: Iowa caucuses
February 7th: Minnesota GOP caucuses, Missouri, New Jersey
February 14th: New Hampshire
February 18th: Nevada caucuses
February 21st: Wisconsin
February 28th: South Carolina, Arizona, Michigan
March 6th (Super Tuesday): Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Colorado caucuses, Idaho GOP caucuses, Minnesota Democratic caucuses
March 11th: Maine Democratic caucuses
March 13th: Alabama, Mississippi, Hawaii GOP caucuses, Utah Democratic caucuses
March 20th: Illinois
March 24th: Louisiana
April 3rd: Maryland, District of Columbia
April 7th: Hawaii Democratic caucuses, Wyoming Democratic caucuses
April 14th: Idaho Democratic caucuses, Kansas Democratic caucuses, Nebraska Democratic caucuses
April 15th: Alaska Democratic caucuses, Washington Democratic caucuses
April 24th: Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island
May 5th: Michigan Democratic caucuses
May 8th: Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia
May 15th: Nebraska, Oregon
May 22nd: Arkansas, Kentucky
June 5th: California, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, North Dakota Democratic caucuses
June 26th: Utah GOP primary
Many dates subject to change between now and the end of 2011.
Source: The 2012 Presidential Primary Calendar
Page Last Updated: August 18th, 2011