(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 House Speaker Newt Gingrich: Washington, D.C.: The Christian Science Monitor Breakfast
- Former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman: Durham, New Hampshire: House Party; Kennebunkport, Maine: Lunch with former President George H.W. Bush and former first lady Barbara Bush
- Texas Rep. Ron Paul: Ankeny, Iowa: Appearance
- Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Des Moines, Iowa: Formally enters the presidential race
- Pawlenty: Coral Gables, Florida: Facebook town hall; media availability
- Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum: St. Johns Country, Florida: GOP dinner
- Gingrich: Derry, New Hampshire: Town hall at medical center; Manchester, New Hampshire: Reception at home of Ovide Lamontagne
- Pawlenty: Washington, D.C.: Media availability at CATO institute
- Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann: Des Moines, Iowa: Speaks at Spring Robb Kelley Dinner
- Gingrich: Manchester, New Hampshire: Interview on WGIR Radio; Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Speaks at Seacoast Federation of Republican Women; Conway, New Hampshire: Meet-and-greet and plant tour
- Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney: Des Moines, Iowa: Speech at Historical Building
- Santorum: Washington, D.C.: Speaks about the role of the church in promoting Democracy in Latin America followed by a media availability
– CNN Political Coverage Manager Steve Brusk contributed to this report.