WASHINGTON (CNN) - Mitt Romney. Meg Whitman.
Sounds like a flashback to the 2008 presidential campaign. But I'm not living in the past. I'm talking about the present day.
Both Romney and Whitman are scheduled to speak today at a hearing focusing on economic recovery solutions that's being held by House Republicans. The hearing was organized by House Republican Party Whip Eric Cantor of Virginia.
Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and GOP presidential candidate, will offer Congressional Republicans his prescriptions to jumpstart the economy, as will Whitman, the former eBay CEO who served as a senior economic adviser and surrogate for Romney during the Republican primaries. She served in the same capacity for McCain during the general election.
Both could have future political aspirations. There's the possibility Romney may make another run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 and Whitman is considering a run for California Governor in 2010.