By Christina Wilkie - 05/02/11 11:11 PM EDT
It’s a dilemma more commonly associated with socialites than politicians, but this Wednesday, Washington-area Republicans might have a tough choice when it comes to where they spend their lunch hour.
That’s because potential GOP 2012 presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Mitch Daniels are each headlining a lunch event in Washington at exactly the same time.
At the very same moment as guests are pulling up to Reed’s house, across town at the American Enterprise Institute, Daniels will deliver a speech titled “Creating First-Rate Education in Indiana.”
Daniels’s lunch is not a fundraiser, however, and online registration for the event is closed. As for what to expect from the event, the topic might be education, but many of those in the audience will be more interested in learning about the Indiana governor’s personal plans for the future.