8 a.m. DL21C organizes campaign day trips to send volunteers to Pennsylvania to campaign for Barack Obama, meeting at Penn Station.
8:30 a.m. Elected officials and drug treatment graduates walk across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall Park, starting at Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn.
9 a.m. A symposium called "Making History: Race, Gender and the Media in the 2008 Elections," takes place at Finlay Hall at St. John’s University School of Law campus, located at 8000 Utopia Parkway, in Queens.
9:30 a.m. Labor leaders campaign for Democratic congressional candidate Mike McMahon, at 4456 Amboy Road, on Staten Island.
Noon. Activists protest the proposed Wall Street bailout legislation, at 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue.
1 p.m. Rudy Giuliani campaigns with Republican congressional candidate Lee Zeldin, at 1000 Majors Path, in Southampton.
3:30 p.m. Republicans rally in support of John McCain and Sarah Palin, at the Queens County Republican Party headquarters, located at 24-55 Francis Lewis Boulevard, in Queens.
5:45 p.m. Marty Markowitz and Anthony Weiner (tentatively) will join New York Young Democrats for a fund-raiser at the Coney Island Freak Bar, located at 1208 Surf Avenue, in Brooklyn.
11 a.m. City Comptroller Bill Thompson appears on "Up Close" with Diana Williams, to discuss Wall Street, the mayor’s budget, and term limits, on WABC, Channel 7.
Barack Obama will be on Face the Nation.
10 a.m. The City Council’s Committee on Technology in Government holds a hearing on the unallocated portions of the radio spectrum, in the Committee Room at City Hall.
10 a.m. The City Council’s Committee on Health, and Civil Service and Labor hold a joint hearing on medical benefits for uniformed workers who helped on 9/11.