9:00 am ET || Departs White House
11:30 am CT || Arrives San Antonio
1:00 pm CT || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser; The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio
2:30 pm CT || Attends a fundraiser; private residence, San Antonio
3:50 pm CT || Departs San Antonio
4:25 pm CT || Arrives Austin
5:50 pm CT || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser; Austin Music Hall
7:55 pm CT || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser, private residence
9:10 pm CT || Departs Austin
1:20 am ET || Arrives White House
Meanwhile, the Obama campaign is also raising money OVERSEAS:
.... Last week, the campaign held a fundraiser for American expatriates in Shanghai, raking in large sums from those benefiting from the sort of personal and professional investment overseas that President Barack Obama has cast as unpatriotic in a recent attack ad against Romney.
.... Earlier this month, it raised money on July 4th in Paris, and though the new Obama attack ad uses a Swiss flag to denounce Romney's foreign investments, the Obama campaign is bringing Hollywood superstar George Clooney to Switzerland next month for a huge fundraising event.
The overseas contributions are legal, as long as they are made by American citizens. But the Obama campaign had to return a number of overseas contributions from non-citizens in the 2008 cycle, and it has been accused once again of being too lax in preventing such contributions in 2012....
Finally, we note that the "Event Registry" gambit - whereby supporters were to donate to the Obama campaign in lieu of giving wedding, anniversary and birthday gifts - was not well received:
... only a few hundred links to the registry have been shared on Facebook — even though Obama has more than 27 million fans on the site, according to [the social-media tracking firm] Topsy....
.... wedding industry pros called the ploy tasteless and divisive....