The Invisible Primary, 3/1

Tracking the GOP race to 2012

Mitt Romney will launch his "No Apologies" book tour Tuesday with TV appearances on "Today," "The View," "Sean Hannity," and Letterman before his first book-signing event on Long Island Wednesday; Sarah Palin will speak at a women's forum in Charlotte, NC June 5, along with Laura Bush; The Atlantic's Nicole Allan runs down all the ways Palin makes money--and how much she gets; Rick Santorum will go to Iowa next week to speak to the Iowa Christian Alliance, after which he'll headline the Cheshire County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner in New Hampshire in April, after which he'll go to South Carolina to keynote the Dorchester County Republican Party breakfast May 22; Eric Cantor predicted Democrats will lose their House majority if they "ram" health care through without bipartisan support; Mike Pence promised more bipartisanship if Republicans re-take the House; and members of the faith community in Minnesota held a press conference to criticize Tim Pawlenty's veto of a health insurance bill.

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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