Events for October 31, 2006

Happy Halloween!

Eliot Spitzer will campaign with Andrea Stewart-Cousins at the Yonkers Metro North train station.

John Edwards discusses U.S.-China relations at the Asia Society.

AARP holds an election issues forum for Hispanic voters at the James Monroe Senior Center in the Bronx.

Christine Quinn and Council Members visit the Hebrew Home at Riverdale.

A rally protesting rent increases for former homeless people with AIDS living in supportive housing will be held outside of the Governor’s New York office.

Latino immigrants protest Hillary Clinton’s support for a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border in front of her New York offices.

New York State Public Employees Federation endorses Staten Island Assembly candidate Janele Hyer-Spencer at the South Beach Psychiatric Center.

Queens Latino legislators call for an investigation of disenfranchised voters on the steps of City Hall.

Hillary Clinton addresses the Council on Foreign Relations.

Chuck Schumer joins Steve Harrison, Janele Hyer-Spencer, and State Senate candidate Matthew Titone for a Democratic solidarity press conference near the Verrazano Bridge in Staten Island.

The Suffolk County GOP endorses Christopher Callaghan outside of the New York State Office Building in Hauppauge.

—Nicole Brydson

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