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October 2004
Fri. Oct. 1 "Vote for Change" tour, presented by MoveOn  PAC to benefit America Coming Together, kicks off--"approximately 34 shows in 28 cities in 9 states over the course of one week." >
Sat. Oct. 2
Sun. Oct. 3
Mon. Oct. 4 President Bush signs into law the fourth tax cut of his administration, in Des Moines, IA.
Tues. Oct. 5 CPD-sponsored vice presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.
Wed. Oct. 6
Thurs. Oct. 7
Fri. Oct. 8 CPD-sponsored presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
Sat. Oct. 9 -Presidential election in Afghanistan.
-Australians voting in the country's 2004 federal election return Prime Minister John Howard and his Liberal/National coalition to power by a margin of 53% to 47% over the Australian Labor Party.  Howard is an important ally of President Bush in the war in Iraq.
Sun. Oct. 10
Mon. Oct. 11
Tues. Oct. 12
Wed. Oct. 13 CPD-sponsored presidential debate at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.
Thurs. Oct. 14
Fri. Oct. 15
Sat. Oct. 16
Sun. Oct. 17 -A major day for newspaper endorsements.  More than 50 papers around the country made endorsements in the presidential race.
-Million Worker March in Washington, DC.
Mon. Oct. 18
Tues. Oct. 19
Wed. Oct. 20
Thurs. Oct. 21
Fri. Oct. 22
Sat. Oct. 23
Sun. Oct. 24 -Another major day for newspaper endorsements
Mon. Oct. 25 Announcement that U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer.
Tues. Oct. 26
Wed. Oct. 27 In baseball, the Boston Red Sox sweep the St. Louis Cardinals to win their first World Series in 86 years.
Thurs. Oct. 28
Fri. Oct. 29 Videotape of Osama bin Laden broadcast by Al-Jazeera. [transcript]
Sat. Oct. 30
Sun. Oct. 31