Posted at 07:28 PM ET, 10/24/2011

Rick Perry pitches flat tax proposal in South Carolina | #2012Unfiltered

Are you likely to find yourself on the campaign trail soon? We’ll tell you each afternoon where the candidates are scheduled to appear the following day.

If you see the candidates or their campaign teams at an event, snap a photo using Instagram for #2012Unfiltered — we may feature your work in that afternoon’s preview post. The one below is from our campaign reporter Philip Rucker, who covered Rick Perry’s pheasant hunt with Iowa Rep. Steve King (R) on Saturday.


Gov. Rick Perry joins Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) for a pheasant hunt on Oct. 22, 2011. (Philip Rucker - The Washington Post via Instagram)

Rick Perry willdeliver a speech on the “next pillar of his jobs/economic plan” — particularly the flat tax proposals in it — Tuesday in Gray Court, S.C., at 11 a.m. ET.

After Gray Court, Perry will travel to Columbia, S.C., for a press conference.

Rick Santorum is also scheduled to visit South Carolina. He will be a guest at Spartan Republican Party luncheon and speak at the First Monday Club in Greenville.

Herman Cain, whose “Herman Mobile” was captured on full display this weekend in Des Moines by Rucker, will address the Clear Lake Tea Party in Lamarque, Tex., at 8 p.m. ET.

President Obama travels to Los Angeles for campaign events Monday night and will tape a segment of “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Tuesday morning before spending the afternoon in San Francisco.


"Flipper" was an uninvited campaign guest at Mitt Romney's campaign events in N.H. on Oct. 24, 2011. (The Washington Post via Instagram - Amy E. Gardner)

Newt Gingrich will file for candidacy at the New Hampshire State House in Concord, as Mitt Romney did Monday. We wonder if there will be an antagonistic mascot like Flipper the dolphin on hand for Gingrich’s filing.

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