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Thurs. Oct. 8 House Republican leadership elections set to take place. (Oct. 5- shifted to Oct. 29 for Speaker, later for other leadership)

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Mon. Oct. 12

Tues. Oct. 13 CNN-Facebook Democratic Presidential Primary Debate at the Wynn Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV.   (first DNC-sanctioned primary debate)

Wed. Oct. 14

Thurs. Oct. 15 Third quarter finance reports (July 1-Sept. 30) due at the FEC.

Fri. Oct. 16

Sat. Oct. 17

Sun. Oct. 18

Mon. Oct. 19

Tues. Oct. 20 Former Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) announces he is ending his campaign for the Democratic nomination but may run as an independent.

Wed. Oct. 21 Vice President Joe Biden announces he will not be a candidate.

Thurs. Oct. 22 Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testifies before the Behghazi Select Committee.

Fri. Oct. 23 Former Gov. Lincoln Chafee (D-RI) announces he is ending his campaign for the Democratic nomination in a speech at the DNC's Women's Leadership Forum in Washington, DC.

Sat. Oct. 24

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Mon. Oct. 26

Tues. Oct. 27

Wed. Oct. 28 CNBC "Your Money, Your Vote: The Presidential Debate on the Economy" Republican Preidential Debate at University of Colorado Boulder.  (third sanctioned RNC debate)

Thurs. Oct. 29 Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) elected Speaker of the House.  (reactions)

Fri. Oct. 30

Sat. Oct. 31

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