(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 Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann: North Hampton, New Hampshire: Attends a parade; Dover, New Hampshire: Event and picnic; Franklin, New Hampshire: Private Memorial Day event
- Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain: Hampstead, New Hampshire: Attends a coffee shop event and Memorial Day service
- Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin: Bus tour leaves Washington with stops expected at historical sites including Gettysburg battlefield
- Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Waukee, Boone and Fort Dodge, Iowa: Campaign stops
- Texas Gov. Rick Perry: Austin, Texas: Bill signing ceremony on lawsuit reform
- Bachmann: New Hampshire: Several interviews, meeting with House leadership, tour of Statehouse and meeting with conservative activist Ovide Lamontagne
- Palin: Pennsylvania and New York: Continues her bus tour
- Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum: Newport, New Hampshire: Visits Ruger Firearms; stops at Sullivan County Republican offices; Manchester, New Hampshire: Addresses a Young Republicans dinner
- Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani: New York: Speaks at voices of 9/11 gala
- Palin: Bus tour continues
- Giuliani: Dover, New Hampshire: Delivers a speech at a party fundraiser
- Palin: Bus trip continues, expected stop in New Hampshire
- Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney: Stratham, New Hampshire: Formally announces his candidacy at Scamman Bittersweet Farm
- Bachmann, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, Pawlenty and Romney: Washington, D.C.: Candidates address the Faith and Freedom Conference
- Huntsman: New Hampshire: Party event
- Santorum and Cain: Speak at the Faith and Freedom Conference, which continues in Washington
- CNN Political Coverage Manager Steve Brusk contributed to this report
– On Monday, June 13, CNN will host the first New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate, live from Manchester, NH at 8 p.m. ET. Follow all the issues and campaign news leading up to the debate on CNNPolitics.com and @cnnpolitics on Twitter.
The Republicans are offering a scary field of extremists. Their Tea Party radicals will attack Medicare and Social Security without regard to the harm it will cause our elderly. They are all dancing to a tune played by the wealthiest Americans, and they'll try to warp our political processes even more to allow the rich to get richer – while the poor and middle class die on the vine. Now is a good time to step up and demand compromise on issues, serious cuts to unnecessary programs and a fair tax rate for the rich. We don't need to kill Medicare if the GOP will level the playing field – and stop pandering to insurance companies and HMOs.
Did Sarah yank her kids out of school early again?