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January 1999
Jan 1 Fri Presidential primary candidates become eligible to receive federal matching fund payments for contributions raised starting Jan. 1.
Jan 2 Sat

Jan 3 Sun

Jan 4 Mon Sen. Bob Smith (R-NH) files with the FEC to establish a presidential campaign committee.
Elizabeth Dole resigns as president of the American Red Cross.

Jan 5  Tue In Springfield, MO, Sen. John Ashcroft (R-MO) announces he will not seek the Republican presidential nomination.
Jan 6 Wed

Jan 7 Thu

Jan 8 Fri Former Gov. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) establishes a presidential exploratory committee.
Jan 9 Sat In St. Paul, MN, Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-MN) announces he will not seek the Democratic presidential nomination.
Jan 10 Sun

Jan 11 Mon

Jan 12 Tue Former Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) files with the FEC to establish a presidential campaign committee.
Jan 13 Wed Congressman John Kasich (R-OH) establishes a presidential exploratory committee.
Jan 14 Thu

Jan 15 Fri

Jan 16 Sat

Jan 17 Sun

Jan 18 Mon

Jan 19 Tue State of the Union address.
Jan 20 Wed

Jan 21 Thu RNC Winter Meeting in Washington, DC.
26th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Arlington, VA.

Jan 22 Fri RNC Winter Meeting in Washington, DC.
26th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Arlington, VA.

Jan 23 Sat RNC Winter Meeting in Washington, DC.
26th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Arlington, VA.
DNC Executive Committee Meeting in Washington, DC.

Jan 24 Sun

Jan 25 Mon

Jan 26 Tue

Jan 27 Wed

Jan 28 Thu Former Vice President Dan Quayle (R) establishes a presidential exploratory committee.
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  February 1999 Top
Feb 1 Mon Conservative activist Gary Bauer (R) establishes a presidential exploratory committee.
Feb 2 Tue

Feb 3 Wed Committee to Restore American Values, an ad hoc group of social conservatives, meets in Washington, DC and interviews six prospective GOP presidential candidates.
At a meeting of the House Democratic Caucus, Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D-MO) rules out a presidential bid.

Feb 4 Thu

Feb 5 Fri

Feb 6 Sat NH Christian Coalition's "First in the Nation Primary Gala Celebration," Manchester, NH.
Feb 7 Sun NHRSC "Kickoff Dinner for the 2000 Presidential Primary" in Manchester, NH. moved to May 2
Feb 8 Mon

Feb 9 Tue

Feb 10 Wed

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Feb 15 Mon

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Feb 17 Wed

Feb 18 Thu Sen. Bob Smith (R-NH) formally announces his candidacy in Wolfeboro, NH.
Feb 19 Fri

Feb 20 Sat

Feb 21 Sun

Feb 22 Mon Former California Governor Pete Wilson (R) announces he will not seek the Republican presidential nomination.
Feb 23 Tue Special Election, GA-6 (seat formerly held by Newt Gingrich).  J. Isakson (R) 65% - C. Jeffrey (R) 26% - others 9%.
Feb 24 Wed

Feb 25 Thu

Feb 26 Fri In Boston, Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) announces he will not seek the Democratic presidential nomination.
California Republican Party's Spring Convention, Sacramento, CA.

Feb 27 Sat California Republican Party's Spring Convention, Sacramento, CA.
Feb 28 Sun California Republican Party's Spring Convention, Sacramento, CA.




  March 1999 Top
Mar 1 Mon

Mar 2 Tue Pat Buchanan formally announces his candidacy in Manchester, NH. 
Texas Gov. George W. Bush announces to Texas media only that he will establish an exploratory committee.
Sen. Fred Thompson (R-TN) rules out a presidential bid.

Mar 3 Wed

Mar 4 Thu

Mar 5 Fri

Mar 6 Sat

Mar 7 Sun In Austin, Texas Gov. George W. Bush (R) formally announces he is establishing a presidential exploratory committee.
Mar 8 Mon

Mar 9 Tue Former Gov. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) formally announces his candidacy in Nashville, TN.
Mar 10 Wed In Des Moines, Elizabeth Dole announces she is establishing a presidential exploratory committee.
Mar 11 Thu

Mar 12 Fri South Carolina Republican Party's Silver Elephant Banquet in Columbia, SC.
Mar 13 Sat

Mar 14 Sun

Mar 15 Mon DNC announces selection of Los Angeles to host its 2000 convention.
Mar 16 Tue Steve Forbes announces his candidacy--on the Internet.
Mar 17 Wed

Mar 18 Thu DNC Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.
Mar 19 Fri DNC Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.
Mar 20 Sat DNC Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.
Mar 21 Sun

Mar 22 Mon

Mar 23 Tue

Mar 24 Wed Rev. Jesse Jackson rules out a presidential bid.
Mar 25 Thu

Mar 26 Fri

Mar 27 Sat

Mar 28 Sun

Mar 29 Mon

Mar 30 Tue

Mar 31 Wed Jack Kemp, the 1996 Republican vice presidential nominee, rules out a presidential bid.
End of first quarter fundraising period (campaigns announce preliminary totals).





  April 1999 Top
Apr 1 Thu

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Apr 14 Wed Former Vice President Dan Quayle formally announces his candidacy in Huntington, IN.
Apr 15 Thu First quarter FEC reports due.
Apr 16 Fri

Apr 17 Sat

Apr 18 Sun

Apr 19 Mon

Apr 20 Tue

Apr 21 Wed Gary Bauer announces his candidacy in Newport, KY.
Apr 22 Thu

Apr 23 Fri California Republican Assembly Convention in Newark, CA.
Apr 24 Sat 1999 Louisiana Republican Convention, Baton Rouge. cancelled
California Republican Assembly Convention in Newark, CA.

Apr 25 Sun California Republican Assembly Convention in Newark, CA.
Apr 26 Mon

Apr 27 Tue

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Apr 30 Fri





  May 1999 Top
May 1 Sat Special Election, LA-1 (seat formerly held by Bob Livingston).
Deadline for state Democratic parties to submit draft delegate selection plans to the DNC.

May 2 Sun NHRSC 2000 presidential primary kickoff dinner "A Vision for the New Millennium" in Manchester, NH.
May 3 Mon

May 4 Tue

May 5 Wed

May 6 Thu

May 7 Fri

May 8 Sat

May 9 Sun

May 10 Mon

May 11 Tue

May 12 Wed Natural Law Party candidate Dr. John Hagelin launches his campaign in Washington, DC.
May 13 Thu

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May 28 Fri

May 29 Sat Run-off in LA-1. D.Vitter (R) 51%-D.Treen (R) 49%.
May 30 Sun

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  June 1999 Top
Jun 1 Tue

Jun 2 Wed

Jun 3 Thu

Jun 4 Fri

Jun 5 Sat

Jun 6 Sun

Jun 7 Mon

Jun 8 Tue

Jun 9 Wed

Jun 10 Thu

Jun 11 Fri

Jun 12 Sat Gov. George W. Bush's first foray onto the campaign trail takes him to Iowa.
Jun 13 Sun Bush at Walker's Point, ME.
Jun 14 Mon Bush's initial foray into New Hampshire.
Jun 15 Tue Bush in New Hampshire.
Jun 16 Wed Vice President Al Gore formally announces his candidacy in Carthage, TN.
Jun 17 Thu

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Jun 19 Sat

Jun 20 Sun

Jun 21 Mon

Jun 22 Tue

Jun 23 Wed

Jun 24 Thu DNC's Rules and Bylaws committee meets in Seattle to approve/reject state delegate selection plans.
Jun 25 Fri DNC's Rules and Bylaws committee meets in Seattle to approve/reject state delegate selection plans.
Jun 26 Sat DNC's Rules and Bylaws committee meets in Seattle to approve/reject state delegate selection plans.
Jun 27 Sun

Jun 28 Mon

Jun 29 Tue

Jun 30 Wed End of second quarter fundraising period (campaigns announce preliminary totals).




  July 1999 Top
Jul 1 Thu RNC's deadline for state Republican parties to submit primary dates and information on nominating procedures.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) establishes a presidential exploratory committee.

Jul 2 Fri

Jul 3 Sat July Fourth Weekend--parades and picnics.
Jul 4 Sun July Fourth Weekend--parades and picnics.
Jul 5 Mon July Fourth Weekend--parades and picnics.
Jul 6 Tue

Jul 7 Wed

Jul 8 Thu RNC Summer Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
53rd Biennial College Republican National Convention in Washington, DC.

Jul 9 Fri RNC Summer Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
53rd Biennial College Republican National Convention in Washington, DC.

Jul 10 Sat RNC Summer Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
53rd Biennial College Republican National Convention in Washington, DC.

Jul 11 Sun

Jul 12 Mon

Jul 13 Tue On the Senate floor, Sen. Bob Smith of New Hampshire announces he is leaving the Republican Party.
Jul 14 Wed Rep. John Kasich (R-OH) ends his exploratory effort and endorses Gov. Bush.
Jul 15 Thu Second quarter FEC reports due.
Jul 16 Fri

Jul 17 Sat Rep. Michael P. Forbes (NY-1) announces he is switching from the Republican to the Democratic Party, narrowing the GOP margin to 222R, 211D, 1I and 1 vacant.
Jul 18 Sun

Jul 19 Mon

Jul 20 Tue

Jul 21 Wed

Jul 22 Thu

Jul 23 Fri Reform Party 1999 National Convention in Dearborn, Michigan.
Jul 24 Sat Reform Party 1999 National Convention in Dearborn, Michigan.
Jul 25 Sun Reform Party 1999 National Convention in Dearborn, Michigan.
Jul 26 Mon

Jul 27 Tue

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  August 1999 Top
Aug 1 Sun

Aug 2 Mon

Aug 3 Tue

Aug 4 Wed

Aug 5 Thu Midwest Leadership Conference in Omaha, Nebraska. 
Aug 6 Fri Midwest Leadership Conference in Omaha, Nebraska. 
Aug 7 Sat Midwest Leadership Conference in Omaha, Nebraska. 
Aug 8 Sun Midwest Leadership Conference in Omaha, Nebraska. 
Aug 9 Mon

Aug 10 Tue

Aug 11 Wed

Aug 12 Thu Aug. 12-22 Iowa State Fair
Aug 13 Fri

Aug 14 Sat Iowa GOP's "Iowa Straw Poll" in Ames. 
Aug 15 Sun

Aug 16 Mon Lamar Alexander announces the end of his presidential campaign in a press conference at the Tennessee State Capitol.
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Aug 26 Thu

Aug 27 Fri Alabama's "Republican Presidential Straw Poll: The Bellwether of the South!" in Birmingham.
Aug 28 Sat Alabama's "Republican Presidential Straw Poll: The Bellwether of the South!" in Birmingham.
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  September 1999 Top
Sep 1 Wed

Sep 2 Thu USTP presidential nominating convention in St. Louis, MO.
Sep 3 Fri USTP presidential nominating convention in St. Louis, MO.
Sep 4 Sat USTP presidential nominating convention in St. Louis, MO.
Sep 5 Sun USTP presidential nominating convention in St. Louis, MO.
Sep 6 Mon Labor Day--parades and picnics.
Sep 7 Tue

Sep 8 Wed Former Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) formally launches his fall campaign in Crystal City, MO.
Sep 9 Thu

Sep 10 Fri

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Sep 12 Sun

Sep 13 Mon

Sep 14 Tue

Sep 15 Wed

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Sep 17 Fri

Sep 18 Sat

Sep 19 Sun

Sep 20 Mon

Sep 21 Tue Special Election CA-42.
Sep 22 Wed

Sep 23 Thu DNC Fall Meeting in Washington, DC.
Sep 24 Fri DNC Fall Meeting in Washington, DC.
Sep 25 Sat DNC Fall Meeting in Washington, DC.
Sep 26 Sun

Sep 27 Mon Dan Quayle announces the end of his presidential campaign in a press conference in Phoenix, AZ.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) formally announces his candidacy in Nashua, NH.

Sep 28 Tue

Sep 29 Wed Vice President Al Gore announces he will move his campaign from Washington, DC to Nashville, TN.
Sep 30 Thu End of third quarter fundraising period (campaigns announce preliminary totals).
Western Leadership Conference in Jackson Hole, WY.





  October 1999 Top
Oct 1 Fri Christian Coalition's annual conference "Road to Victory '99."
Western Leadership Conference in Jackson Hole, WY.
American Reform Party National Convention in Washington, DC.

Oct 2 Sat Christian Coalition's annual conference "Road to Victory '99."
Western Leadership Conference in Jackson Hole, WY.
American Reform Party National Convention in Washington, DC.

Oct 3 Sun Western Leadership Conference in Jackson Hole, WY.
American Reform Party National Convention in Washington, DC.

Oct 4 Mon

Oct 5 Tue

Oct 6 Wed

Oct 7 Thu

Oct 8 Fri Republican Party of Florida's "Florida Victory 2000" in Orlando.
National Federation of Republican Assemblies "Presidential Preference Convention" in Kansas City, MO.

Oct 9 Sat Iowa Democratic Party's Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner in Des Moines.
Republican Party of Florida's "Florida Victory 2000" in Orlando.
National Federation of Republican Assemblies "Presidential Preference Convention" in Kansas City, MO.

Oct 10 Sun National Federation of Republican Assemblies "Presidential Preference Convention" in Kansas City, MO.
Oct 11 Mon AFL-CIO's 23 Biennial Convention in Los Angeles, CA (pre-convention activities started on Oct. 8).
Oct 12 Tue AFL-CIO's 23 Biennial Convention in Los Angeles, CA.
Oct 13 Wed AFL-CIO's 23 Biennial Convention in Los Angeles, CA.
Oct 14 Thu

Oct 15 Fri Third quarter FEC reports due.
Socialist Party USA National Convention in Secaucus, NJ.

Oct 16 Sat Socialist Party USA National Convention in Secaucus, NJ.
Oct 17 Sun Socialist Party USA National Convention in Secaucus, NJ.
Oct 18 Mon

Oct 19 Tue

Oct 20 Wed Elizabeth Dole announces the end of her presidential exploratory campaign in a press conference in Washington, DC.
Oct 21 Thu

Oct 22 Fri New Hampshire Primary Debate Partnership "Republican Presidential Forum."
Oct 23 Sat NHRSC "Family Day" at Hopkinton Fair Grounds.  (Straw Poll) .
Oct 24 Sun

Oct 25 Mon Pat Buchanan announces he will leave the Republican race and seek the Reform Party nomination.
Oct 26 Tue

Oct 27 Wed WMUR-TV and CNN "First in the Nation: A New Hampshire Town Meeting"--Democrats.
Oct 28 Thu WMUR-TV and CNN "First in the Nation: A New Hampshire Town Meeting"--Republicans.
Sen. Bob Smith of New Hampshire announces the end of his presidential campaign.

Oct 29 Fri

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  November 1999 Top
Nov 1 Mon Nov. 1-Nov. 19.  NH filing period.  File Declaration of Candidacy to be a candidate in the NH Presidential Primary Election.
Nov 2 Tue Election Day.  KY, LA, MS governor's races; NJ and VA state legislatures; and local races around the country.
Nov 3 Wed

Nov 4 Thu

Nov 5 Fri

Nov 6 Sat

Nov 7 Sun Elizabeth Dole kickoff tour begins in Des Moines, Iowa. (withdrew Oct. 20)
Nov 8 Mon Elizabeth Dole kickoff tour in Manchester, NH; Columbia, SC; and Salisbury, NC.
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Nov 14 Sun

Nov 15 Mon

Nov 16 Tue Special Election runoff CA-42.  J.Baca (D) 52% - E.Pirozzi (R) 44% - 2 others 4%.
Nov 17 Wed

Nov 18 Thu

Nov 19 Fri Nov. 1-Nov. 19.  End of NH filing period. 
Nov 20 Sat

Nov 21 Sun Republican debate at ASU in Tempe, AZ.
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  December 1999 Top
Dec 1 Wed Republican Jewish Coalition's Presidential Candidates Forum in Washington, DC.
Dec 2 Thu "The Republicans: A New Hampshire Forum" sponsored by WMUR-TV and FOX News Channel.
Dec 3 Fri

Dec 4 Sat

Dec 5 Sun

Dec 6 Mon "CNN Election 2000 Special: The Arizona Republican Primary Debate" in Phoenix, AZ.
Dec 7 Tue

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Dec 9 Thu

Dec 10 Fri

Dec 11 Sat

Dec 12 Sun

Dec 13 Mon "The Iowa Debate" (Republican) sponsored by WHO-TV, at the Civic Center in Des Moines, IA.
Dec 14 Tue

Dec 15 Wed

Dec 16 Thu

Dec 17 Fri ABC "Nightline" Democratic town hall meeting at Daniel Webster College in Nashua, NH. 
Dec 18 Sat

Dec 19 Sun NBC "Meet the Press" Democratic debate.
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Dec 31 Fri Y2K here tomorrow.


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