10 a.m. Fred Dicker talks to Republican comptroller candidate Harry Wilson, and later, State Health Commissioner Richard Daines.
10:15 a.m. Chuck Schumer calls for more federal funding for an FDNY program, at 440 West 38th Street.
11 a.m. Kirsten Gillibrand, Nydia Velazquez, Christine Quinn, Scott Stringer and Margaret Chin announce a push to expand access to fresh food, at Pathmark, 227 Cherry Street.
11 a.m. Jimmy Labriola and SNL alum Victoria Jackson join the Tea Party tour, at 1 Naval Park Cv, in Buffalo.
11:30 a.m. Michael Bloomberg announces a $1 million grant from the ASPCA, at City Hall.
3 p.m. Bloomberg meets with Mitch McConnell in Washington.
3:30 p.m. Bloomberg meets with Harry Reid, in Washington, and has a media availability in Room S. 115.
4 p.m. Tea Party boosters Labriola and Jackson visit Clinton Square, at W. Genesee Street and S. Clinton, in Syracuse.
4:45 p.m. Bloomberg meets with Chris Dodd, in Washington.
5:30 p.m. Anthony Weiner attends a health care town hall Queens College.
6 p.m. The Charter Revision Commission will have a public hearing at Hostos Community College.
6 p.m. Mike McMahon raises money at Orange Grill Restaurant, 2547 Cropsey Avenue, in Brooklyn.
6 p.m. Cy Vance raises money, at the University Club, 1 West 54 Street.
6 p.m. Bill Owens has a fund-raiser, at the Malone Golf Clubhouse, in Malone, NY.
6 p.m. Sarah and Victor Kovner host Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, for a fund-raiser.
6 p.m. Anne Hess and Craig Kaplan host Mark Ritchie, Secretary of State of Minnesota, for a fund-raiser.