8.10 a.m. Jon Corzine is interviewed on WOR 710 AM.
8:15 a.m. A forum on sustainable real estate development takes place at 47 Worth Street.
9:15 a.m. The Straphangers Campaign protests at the MTA Board meeting on the 5th Floor of 347 Madison Avenue.
10 a.m. The NYC Voter Assistance Commission meets at 40 Rector Street.
10 a.m. Assembly Republicans discuss Eliot Spitzer’s plan to allow illegal immigrants to obtain a drivers license, at 14 Baker Street, in Patchogue.
10 a.m. The state Division of Budget will hold a hearing on education issues, in Room 124 of the Capitol.
10 a.m. The session of the House of Representative airs on C-SPAN.
11 a.m. The Campaign for NY’s Future discuss the benefits of congestion pricing at a forum at 209 Joralemon Street.
11 .m. The state Senate Labor Committee discusses the paid family leave legislation, at 149 Church Street in Nanuet.
11 a.m. Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera joins a walk against domestic violence, at 1200 Waters Place in the Bronx.
Noon. Tom DiNapoli and Bill Thompson call on mortgage lenders to enact consumer protection measures, at 633 Third Avenue.
12:30 p.m. Results from a survey about stress levels in America are released by the American Psychological Association, at 65 East 55th Street.
1 p.m. The state Division of Budget holds a hearing on criminal justice issues, in Room 124 of the Capitol.
1:15 p.m. John Liu speaks with students at Hunter College.
1.30 p.m. Joe Bruno attends the unveiling of a conference center at SUNY Albany.
2 p.m. The city’s Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and Marty Golden announce the installation of new Muni-Meters, at 86th Street between Bay 17th and Bay 16th streets.
9:30 a.m. The U.S. Senate goes into session and airs on C-SPAN2.
4:30 p.m. The President of Mongolia speaks at Columbia University.
6 p.m. The city’s Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan speaks at the tri-state Transportation Campaign Gala, which will honor senior policy advisor for the DOT Jon Orcutt, at the Midtown Loft.
7 p.m. Ray Kelly and the founder of “Law and Order” are honored by Esquire magazine and the city’s Police Foundation, at 111 Central Park North.
Bill Clinton fundraises for Hillary in Minneapolis.
Barack Obama campaigns in Boston.