Events for Friday, November 2, 2007

7:20 a.m. Jon Corzine is interviewed on WCBS News, 880 AM.

7:30 a.m. Jon Corzine is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio, 1130 AM.

8 a.m. Jon Corzine is interviewed on WBMG, 1310 AM .

9 a.m. Eliot Spitzer is interviewed by Diana Williams of Eyewitness News Up Close, Channel 7.

10 a.m. Michael Bloomberg’s weekly interview with John Gambling airs on 770AM.

10 a.m. Karen Hughes speaks with Steve Inskeep of NPR’s Morning Edition.

10 a.m. The Assembly’s Health Committee holds hearing on primary care, on the 19th Floor of 250 Broadway.

10 a.m. Assemblyman Fred Thiele hosts a press conference for high school reporters, at the Suffolk Community College Riverhead Campus.

10 a.m. Nassau County Comptroller Howard Weitzman speaks with students, at 200 Hempstead Avenue, on Long Island.

10:30 a.m. Michael Bloomberg visits the Microsoft Corporation Campus, in Washington.

11 a.m. Rudy Giuliani makes an endorsement announcement, in D.C.

11 a.m. The directors of the New York Empowerment Zone Corporation meet in City Hall.

11 a.m. Local Harlem residents protest gentrification, outside 11 Madison Avenue.

12:15 p.m. Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, on the 21st Floor of 633 Third Avenue.
 
12:30 p.m. Michael Bloomberg  delivers a keynote speech at the US Conference of Mayors National Climate Protection Summit, in Washington. His Q&A with reporters is after this event.

3 p.m. Bob Woodward speaks at Rutgers University, at the Cook Campus Center in New Brunswick.

3:30 p.m. Michael Bloomberg testifies in front of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, in Washington.

6:30 a.m. MTA CEO Eliot Sander and Metro-North Railroad President Peter Cannito greet commuters, at the Pear River Station.

7 p.m. Joe Lieberman discusses Iran with Robert Siegel of NPR’s All Things Considered.
 
7:45 p.m. Jon Corzine speaks at the Hispanic Bar Association dinner, in Jersey City.

Hillary Clinton participates in the Granite State Independent Living National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access, in New Hampshire.

Barack Obama campaigns at Morris College, in South Carolina.

Mitt Romney has a fund-raiser in Ohio.

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