(CNN) – While the presidential waiting game continues, potential and declared 2012 GOP candidates are off on various travels this week, mostly in presidential-contest states.
- Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain: Des Moines, Iowa: Town hall
- Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: Dubuque, Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, Iowa: Begins his 17-city visit to Iowa
- Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney: Las Vegas, Nevada: Visits a fundraising phone bank; takes part in a town hall on Facebook
- Cain: Cedar Rapids, Iowa: visits Marshalltown
- Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann: Minneapolis, Minnesota: Addresses the Minnesota Family Council dinner
- Gingrich: Mason City, Iowa: Meets with activists; Minneapolis, Minnesota: Addresses the Minnesota Family Council dinner
- Cain: Aiken, South Carolina: Addresses a GOP group; Nashville, Tennessee: Tea Party town hall and attends an event
- Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Minneapolis, Minnesota: Holds a fundraising event
- Cain: The Villages, Florida: Speaks at a recreation center
- Gingrich: Waterloo, Marshalltown, Ames, Carroll and Atlantic, Iowa: Makes stops as part of his tour in the sate
- Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman: Lebanon, New Hampshire: Begins a five-day trip to the state
- Pawlenty: California: Private fundraising events
- Real estate mogul Donald Trump: Columbia, South Carolina: Addresses a Tea Party rally at the state capitol
- Cain: Council Bluffs, Iowa: Addresses Lincoln/Reagan Dinner
- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: Princeton, New Jersey: Makes a policy address at Princeton University
- Gingrich: Council Bluffs, Onawa, Sioux City, Le Mars, Storm Lake and Holstein, Iowa: Makes stops as part of his tour in the state
- Huntsman: New Hampshire: Continues tour in the state
- Pawlenty: California: Remains there on a fundraising trip
- Cain: Atlanta, Georgia: Announces his candidacy for president at a rally
- Gingrich: Orange City and Sheldon, Iowa: Speeches
- Huntsman: Manchester, New Hampshire: Delivers commencement address at Southern New Hampshire University
- Romney: South Carolina
– CNN Political Coverage Manager Steve Brusk contributed to this report
Why no mention of Ron Paul? Ron Paul is the guy who is most likely to win and there's no mention of him at all. Irony.
Gary Johnson? Ron Paul?
What about Ron Paul's schedule?
No update on Ron Paul?