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Since no one else is willing to post it, our crack researchers here decided to pull all of our resources together and come up with the last minute tracking of where President George W. Bush will be helping rally the troops for the final push towards a Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan victory.  Romney can taste victory and he is calling in all of his resources.  Should you deem this appropriate, I would recommend someone else here diary the campaign Schedule of Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Candidate as well.  In no particular order, below the fold, will be the campaign schedule of the former President of the United States, George W. Bush.  Those of us political junkies that love to watch campaign rallies on C-SPAN, have suggested that this list be cut out and placed on your refrigerator door with your I HEART DICK CHENEY magnet to make sure you can plan your daily routines around catching a glimpse of history being made.

EDITOR'S NOTE:  This list is current as of 9:10AM Eastern Time on Thursday October 25, 2012.  Not responsible for any errors on times scheduled.  Times may be changed due to scheduling conflicts.

ARIZONA
No Scheduled Appearances

COLORADO
No Scheduled Appearances

IOWA
No Scheduled Appearances

INDIANA
No Scheduled Appearances

MICHIGAN
No Scheduled Appearances

NEVADA
No Scheduled Appearances

NEW HAMPSHIRE
No Scheduled Appearances

NORTH CAROLINA
No Scheduled Appearances

OHIO
No Scheduled Appearances

POLAND
No Scheduled Appearances

VIRGINIA
No Scheduled Appearances

WISCONSIN
No Scheduled Appearances

BONUS:  Cross referenced to correspond with appropriate Republican US Senator candidates in their respective states that could use a little boost from George W. Bush.

ARIZONA  Candidate Jeff Flake
No Scheduled Appearances

CALIFORNIA  Candidate Elizabeth Emken
No Scheduled Appearances

CONNECTICUT  Candidate Linda MacMahon
No Scheduled Appearances

FLORIDA  Candidate Connie Mack
No Scheduled Appearances

HAWAII  Candidate Linda Lingle
No Scheduled Appearances

INDIANA  Candidate Richard Mourdock
No Scheduled Appearances

MASSACHUSETTS  Senator Scott Brown
No Scheduled Appearances

MICHIGAN Candidate Pete Hoekstra
No Scheduled Appearances

MINNESOTA  Candidate Kurt Bills
No Scheduled Appearances

MISSOURI  Candidate Todd Akin
No Scheduled Appearances

MONTANA  Candidate Denny Rehberg
No Scheduled Appearances

NEVADA   Senator Dean Heller
No Scheduled Appearances

NEW MEXICO  Candidate Heather Wilson
No Scheduled Appearances

NORTH DAKOTA Candidate Rick Berg
No Scheduled Appearances

OHIO  Candidate Josh Mandel
No Scheduled Appearances

PENNSYLVANIA  Candidate Tom Smith
No Scheduled Appearances

TEXAS  Candidate Ted Cruz
No Scheduled Appearances

VIRGINIA  Candidate  George Allen
No Scheduled Appearances

WISCONSIN  Candidate Tommy Thompson
No Scheduled Appearances

Our crack researchers tried our best not to miss any scheduled appearances.  Should we have missed any, please post them in the comment section below.  Should the need arise, we reserve the right to re-post this on a daily basis throughout the election cycle to keep everyone posted on what our opposition is doing.

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