1. Democrats participate in the Des Moines Register debate. Same format. Same moderator. No Kucinich or Gravel. Rudy Giuliani cancels a trip to Oklahoma..."Lesser Known Candidates" debate in New Hampshire....Mitt and Ann Romney are in Iowa...John McCain has town hall meetings in Davenport and Sioux City, IA.....Ron Paul campaigns in Nevada.....

2. Clinton wins endorsement of chain of NH weekly newspapers, the first to endorse in NH. Combined circulation is bigger than the New Hampshire Union Leader. ....SEIU releases comparison of presidential candidates' health care plans, says that Clinton's plan achieves "universal coverage," while Obama's achieves "near-universal coverage."

3. Rudy Giuliani launches a new radio ad in New Hampshire, called "Deliver..."......Details Mag calls Andrew Giuliani one of the most influential young people under 45 because he could sink his father's presidency. Giuliani blames the New York Times for giving people that impression.....McCain launches new television ad in New Hampshire, called "Trust," which highlights McCain's tax relief plan.....Thompson fails to qualify for the Feb. 5 Delaware ballot....

4. Tomorrow, 22 national talk radio broadcasters descend on the Des Moines Marriott for "2007 Talk Radio Row." The topic this year: immigration. Per a release: "Iowa 2007 Talk Radio Row invites all Public Officials of every party, Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Libertarians and Greens to make use of free airtime to talk to voters in Iowa and across America about immigration."

5. Actor Martin Sheen e-mails Richardson supporters, says he's going to to Iowa, invites supporters to "share a meal" with him. Handyman Bob Vila will campaign for HRC In Iowa. Obama campaign readies ads using Oprah footage but hasn't decided whether to air them.

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