The "Energizer Bunny" of political travel has a couple of new hops on his trail.
On Friday, he will be in Naples, Florida to speak to the Minnesota Club and then stay though the weekend. He will appear at a Republican Governors Association fundraiser in Orlando, Florida on Monday.
Pawlenty is also headed to Washington, DC on March 22 to speak to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's policy conference and appear at a "special breakfast meeting," alongside former Sen. Norm Coleman.The event is co-hosted by Minnesota's three Republican U.S. House members and others.
Here's the invite to the March 22 "special breakfast" event:
Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann
Congressman John Kline
Congressman Erik Paulsen
Leslie and Andrew Parker
for a special breakfast meeting with
Tim Pawlenty (R-MN)
and special guest
Senator Norm Coleman
March 22, 2010
The Grand Hyatt Washington, DC
1000 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
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