Calendar

Sep
20
Fri
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Sep 20 all-day
Ohio Planned Parenthood Clinics Scheduled to Close
Sep 20 all-day
White House State Dinner for Austrailian Prime Minister Morrison @ White House
Sep 20 all-day
Sep
22
Sun
Primetime Emmy Awards
Sep 22 all-day
[https://twitter.com/AP_Planner/status/1164506405140914176](https://twitter.com/AP_Planner/status/1164506405140914176)

Sep
25
Wed
Flynn Ordered to Appear Before House Intelligence Committee by Shifty Schiff
Sep 25 all-day
[https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/460525-schiff-accuses-flynn-of-failing-to-comply-with-subpoena-sets-new:](https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/460525-schiff-accuses-flynn-of-failing-to-comply-with-subpoena-sets-new)

Schiff said his panel “now commands” Flynn to appear before the panel on Sept. 25.

Schiff subpoenaed Flynn in June, ordering him to provide documents to the panel by June 26 and testimony on July 10.

“General Flynn and his counsel have failed to cooperate with the Committee in all respects — he has provided no documents in response to our subpoena, nor has he engaged with the Committee in an appropriate or satisfactory manner,” a committee staffer said in a statement.

Oct
1
Tue
2020 Appropriation Bill Deadline
Oct 1 all-day

– from:

The Senate will start work on its fiscal 2020 government funding bills, after keeping its appropriations process in limbo for most of the year.

Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) has scheduled votes for Thursday on four appropriations bills: defense; labor, health and human services and education; energy and water development; and state and foreign operations.

The four votes will mark the first four fiscal 2020 appropriations bills the committee has taken up. The House has passed 10 of its 12 appropriations bills.

The late start comes weeks before the Oct. 1 deadline to either pass all 12 funding bills or approve a short-term continuing resolution (CR) in order to avoid the second shutdown of the year.

Oct
2
Wed
Presidential Forum on Gun Safety
Oct 2 all-day

AP Planner on Twitter

A month away: @GiffordsCourage and @AMarch4OurLives host Presidential Forum on Gun Safety, with 2020 Dems attending (2 Oct)

Oct
3
Thu
Ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman, Resignation Date
Oct 3 all-day
[Jon Huntsman](https://www.foxnews.com/category/politics/foreign-policy/state-department), the Trump administration’s ambassador to Russia, resigned Tuesday amid chatter he may return home to run again for governor of Utah.

The news was first reported by The Salt Lake Tribune, [which posted a co](https://www.scribd.com/document/420948641/Ambassador-Jon-Huntsman-Resignation-Letter#from_embed)py of Huntsman’s resignation letter to President Trump. He said his resignation will take effect Oct. 3.

The posting in Russia was Huntsman’s third as ambassador: he also served as ambassador to Singapore from 1992 to 1993 and **ambassador to China from 2009 to 2011.**

Oct
9
Wed
FireEye (FEYE) Cyber Defense Summit
Oct 9 – Oct 10 all-day

Cyber Defense Summit brings together many of the world’s leading security experts, frontline heroes, government leaders, and executives from various industries to address the challenges of today’s threat landscape.

Oct
12
Sat
Louisiana gubernatorial primary election
Oct 12 all-day
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Louisiana_gubernatorial_election](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Louisiana_gubernatorial_election)

The **2019 Louisiana gubernatorial election** will be held to elect the Governor of Louisiana. Incumbent Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards is running for re-election to a second term.

Under Louisiana’s jungle primary system, all candidates appear on the same ballot, regardless of party, and voters may vote for any candidate, regardless of their party affiliation. If no candidate receives an absolute majority of the vote during the primary election on October 12, 2019, a runoff election will be held on November 16, 2019, between the top two candidates in the primary. Louisiana is the only state that has a jungle primary system (California and Washington have a similar “top two primary” system).

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