It arrived in an email before last night's debate, MEMO: Countdown to March 4th Proposed Schedule, the basics of how Hillary Clinton will try to stay in the Democratic Presidential race.
In the last run to the March 4th primaries, Clinton strategist Howard Wolfson laid out for reporters the basics of the Clinton Plan, a schedule that he said "demonstrates momentum" with an emphasis on national security and the economy.
Clinton will focus today on Child poverty in southern Ohio, meeting with families hard-hit by the Bush economy.
Friday, it's back to Texas for a discussion of national security. Saturday brings more efforts to motivate voters to back her on Tuesday in the Lone Star State.
On Sunday, it's back to Ohio for a "Caravan for Clinton."
Monday, Clinton hosts "a large town hall broadcast on the Internet" focused on motivating supporters in Texas.
As I type this late Tuesday night, I don't have Obama's schedule past this Friday. Wednesday he is in both Ohio and Texas. Thursday and Friday are Texas as well.
Of course, I hope both of them show up in Texas on either Sunday or Monday when I'm there.