Events for November 1, 2006

Eliot Spitzer and Andrew Cuomo postpone their press conference about environmental issues which was supposed to be at the 79th Street Boat Basin.

Christine Quinn addresses the York College Executive Leadership Breakfast at the College’s Faculty Dining Room.

At 8:30, Jeanine Pirro greet voters at a coffee shop with the mayor of Ogdensburg.

At 9 a.m. John Faso campaigns with Chris Callaghan at the Saratoga County Republican headquarters.

The powerful 1199/SEIU union makes an announcement at the Victory Memorial Hospital in Brooklyn at 10 a.m.

In Kingston, Hillary Clinton discusses military issues.

Housing advocates call on elected officials to make Queens West housing affordable to average residents at Gantry State Park in Long Island City.

Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz kicks off a winter coat drive at Madeleine Cleaners in Brooklyn.

State Senator Michael Balboni announces a new law to increase penalties for drug crimes involving children on the steps of the Supreme Court Building in Mineola.

Tom DeLay holds a press conference prior to speaking on “Iran and Israel: Where are We Heading?” at Nassau Community College in Garden City.

State Senator Nick Spano endorses State Senate candidate Joseph Savino at his campaign headquarters in Eastchester.

Park Slope’s Drinking Liberally chapter convenes at Commonwealth.

At 6 p.m., CUNY Graduate School of Journalism hosts their inaugural reception at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism on W. 41st St

At 7 p.m., Joe Lieberman appears on NY1 News.

And at 8 p.m., Harvey Keitel and others honor Ray Kelly and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at Capital.

Dept. of Late Excuses: This slightly tardy schedule was posted after receiving an email from a reader who said, “How am I expected to know what’s going on tomorrow, huh? POST DAMNIT.”

—Nicole Brydson

Events for November 1, 2006