Yes, you read that right. Republican Rep. Richard Hanna and Democratic US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand are making joint appearances at two events in Otsego and Chenango counties tomorrow afternoon.

First the duo will meet with executives at Chobani in Norwich at 3:45 p.m. to hear about the company’s latest expansion efforts.

The press release sent by Gillibrand’s office notes she is the first New York senator to serve on the Agriculture Committee in nearly 40 years, and says she and Hanna will be announcing a new effort to change the federal school lunch guidelines to make Greek yogurt – New York’s hottest dairy commodity these days – more affordable for schools.

At 5:15 p.m. Gillibrand and Hanna will meet with local leaders in Cooperstown to discuss how to maximize the local economic impact of the new Baseball Hall of Fame Coin.

The senator will announce US Mint will soon hold a contest to design the front of the coin.

The coin, issued in $5 gold, $1 silver, and half-dollar silver clad denominations, will commemorate the 75th Baseball Hall of Fame anniversary will be available in 2014.Proceeds will go to the Hall of Fame to support their education and conservation activities.

Both Hanna, a freshman congressman, and Gillibrand, the state’s junior senator, are running for re-election this fall.

He’s seeking a second term, and is being challenged in his redrawn district by Dan Lamb, a longtime aide to retiring Democratic Rep. Maurice Hinchey.

She’s seeking her first full six-year term in the seat she inherited from former Sen. Hillary Clinton in 2009 when Clinton departed to become US secretary of state. Gillibrand won her first statewide election in 2010 to serve out the remainder of Clinton’s old term.

Hanna is one of the more moderate members of New York’s Republican House delegation. He is unabashedly pro-choice, and once told a group of women attending an Equal Rights Amendment rally in Washington, D.C. that they would be better off giving their political contributions to Democrats instead of Republicans.