Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City and Suffolk County.

At 6:30 a.m., GOP Nassau County executive candidate Jack Martins greets commuters, Bellmore train station, Long Island.

At 8:30 a.m., Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams addresses an audience the day after the New York City primaries at Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s Brooklyn Newsmakers event, Brooklyn Law School, 250 Joralemon St., Brooklyn.

At 8:45 a.m., Martins stops by the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters apprentice training facility, 270 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, Long Island.

At 10:30 a.m., NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and Cuomo will deliver remarks at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island, 2 West Loop Rd. (LG Kathy Hochul will also attend).

Also at 10:30 a.m., Democratic state Sen. George Latimer will formally kick off his Westchester County executive campaign, with a sharp critique of incumbent Republican Rob Astorio’s record, 36 Tuckahoe Rd., Eastchester.

Also at 10:30 a.m., GOP NYC mayoral candidate/Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis holds a media availability, Ozone Park Senior Center, 103-12 101st Ave., Jamaica, Queens.

Also at 10:30 a.m., the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York, the state Association of Fire Chiefs and the state Association of Fire Districts call on Cuomo to sign legislation providing coverage for volunteer firefighters diagnosed with certain types of cancer, Valhalla Fire Department Headquarters, 330 Columbus Ave., Valhalla.

At 12:30 p.m., de Blasio and NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray greet volunteers, 325 Gold St., Brooklyn.

At 12:45 p.m., Cuomo makes an announcement, Central Islip Senior High School, Little Theater, 85 Wheeler Rd., Central Islip, Long Island.

At 5:30 p.m., U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, will host the 16th annual New York Farm Day, Kennedy Caucus Room, Room 325, Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C.

At 5:45 p.m., Hochul delivers remarks at NYSAC Women’s Leadership Council launch, Marriott Syracuse Downtown, 100 E Onondaga St., Syracuse.

From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Assembly Minority Steering Committee will be hosting a forum to address the complex issues involved in the prevention of, and response to, domestic violence, Glenville Senior Center, 32 Worden Rd., Glenville.

At 6:30 p.m., the NewsGuild of New York hosts its monthly media mixer, Killarney Rose, 127 Pearl St., Manhattan.

Also at 6:30 p.m., the Civilian Complaint Review Board holds monthly board meeting, JCC Beacon Program at I.S. 49 Bertha A. Dreyfus, 101 Warren St., Staten Island.

At 7 p.m., Martins attends the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters meeting, Radisson Hotel, 100 Motor Parkway, Smithtown, Long Island.

Headlines…

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio handily defeated a crowded field of challengers to win the Democratic mayoral primary as he continued his quest for a second term as the leader of the country’s largest city.

Facing a group of underfinanced, little-known rivals, de Blasio received 74 percent of the vote. His main opponent, Sal F. Albanese, a lawyer and former city councilman making his third bid for mayor, received 15 percent.

De Blasio will now focus on the general election, on Nov. 7, when he will face the Republican candidate, Nicole Malliotakis, an assemblywoman from Staten Island, and Bo Dietl, a former NYPD detective running as an independent.

The turnout in the NYC mayoral primary hovered just above the worst in modern history, which came in 2009 when just 11 percent of voters bothered to show up in the primary that Bill Thompson won.

Leading by just a few hundred votes, Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin declared victory in the GOP Rensselaer County executive primary, but his opponent, Deputy County Executive Chris Meyer, refused to concede.

Larry Zacarese, an assistant police chief at Stony Brook University making his first run for office, pulled off a resounding upset victory over veteran state Sen. Phil Boyle, who was backed by the party, in the Republican primary for Suffolk County sheriff.

There will be a vacant state Senate seat in the Bronx, after conservative Democratic Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr. won a three-way NYC Council primary by a landslide.

Another possible vacancy in the state Senate will be created in November if Sen. George Latimer, who won a Democratic primary last night, manages to defeat incumbent Republican Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino in Novembver.

Convicted felon and disgraced former Queens politician Hiram Monserrate lost his comeback bid for a seat on the NYC Council as voters in his working class district couldn’t look past his history of corruption and domestic abuse, electing Assemblyman Francisco Moya instead.

Syracuse’s Democrats will look to unite behind a challenger who rocked their designated candidate in a mayoral primary. Juanita Perez Williams delivered a stout victory in the primary election, forcing her competitor, Joe Nicoletti, to decide whether he will carry on without his party’s backing.

Shortly after securing the Democratic nomination, Williams said she wants to start building a better relationship between Albany and city hall. She said her first call would be to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, her former boss.

Nicoletti won’t say whether he’ll continue his campaign for mayor on the Working Families ticket. The primary was his third failed attempt at the Democratic Party’s nomination for Syracuse mayor. He unsuccessfully ran on the party’s ticket in 1993.

Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan cruised to an easy re-election victory, taking more than 50 percent of the vote to defeat two challengers in the Democratic primary for mayor. There is no Republican challenger so Sheehan’s primary victory ensured re-election in November.

Also headed for re-election: Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren and Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, who declared victory in their respective primary races, which they won by large margins.

Thanks to the city’s overwhelming Democratic enrollment, Brown is all but assured victory in November, making him only the second mayor in Buffalo history to secure a fourth four-year term.

Eric Gonzalez won the Democratic primary for Brooklyn district attorney, meaning he likely will become the state’s first Latino DA. Gonzalez, now the acting DA, won in a landslide, with 53 percent of the vote. He has no Republican challenger in November.

The Trump administration is considering reducing the number of refugees admitted to the country over the next year to below 50,000, according to current and former government officials familiar with the discussions, the lowest number since at least 1980.

The White House is refuting reports that some of Trump’s legal team had advised that his son-in-law Jared Kushner step down from his role as White House adviser.

Longtime Trump aide Hope Hicks, 28, will become the third White House communications director since the president took office eight months ago.

After five years of pursuing a host of minor charges against Fred Watson, whose case was held up as an example of systematically hostile treatment of black residents in Ferguson, Mo., the city abruptly dropped its prosecution this week without explanation.

The honeymoon between U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Trump was short-lived, as Schumer lashed out at the president for possibly ending the estate tax, saying it would “benefit the ultra-rich while leaving the middle class in this country out to dry.”

Schumer was not invited to a bipartisan dinner Trump hosted for U.S. senators at the White House where tax code overhaul was the main topic of discussion.

Schumer is staying on the sidelines on a single-payer health care bill being rolled out this week by Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Former U.S. Sen. Al D’Amato, a Long Island Republican, has been hired as a senior adviser by the Marijuana Policy Project – a national pro-pot group that for the first time is starting an affiliate in the Empire State.

Rep. Chris Collins of Clarence and Rep. Tom Reed of Corning have both signed on to legislation that would essentially revive the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

The House unanimously passed a bill introduced by Collins that would require the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop a registry of firefighters who get cancer.

Hillary Clinton in her new book pounds The New York Times for its coverage of her email controversy during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The state’s Court of Appeals declined to hear an appeal by Exxon Mobil that sought to block state Attorney General Eric Scheniderman’s attempts to subpoena records he contends are pertinent to an ongoing probe of what the company knew about its impacts on climate change.

Attorneys argued for two hours yesterday in Albany County Supreme Court over whether the state can license five new medical marijuana producers, doubling the supply side of New York’s nascent market.

A big-time donor to de Blasio, expected to testify in an upcoming public corruption trial, is more deeply involved in criminal activity than the government lets on, new court papers claim.

Carlina Rivera won the Democratic primary for a lower East City Council seat in a landslide — despite questions raised about her residing in federally subsidized housing for lower income New Yorkers.

Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran will be the Democratic nominee for county executive, riding support from party leaders to defeat County Comptroller George Maragos in yesterday’s primary.

In Suffolk County, Smithtown’s Republican primary for town supervisor was too close to call late last night, while Huntington Town Councilwoman Tracey Edwards won that town’s Democratic primary for supervisor.

Incumbent Albany City Court Judges John Reilly and Holly Trexler claimed victory and incumbent Judge Helena Heath was leading heavily last night in the seven-way Democratic primary, paving their way to re-election in November.

Almost six years after Cornell University was named the winner of former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s competition to build a “genius” school on Roosevelt Island, the Cornell Tech campus there will officially open today.

A mother who was badly hurt trying to protect her kids from a falling tree in Central Park plans to file notice of a $200 million lawsuit against the city, her lawyer said.

NYPD officials are preparing to release — perhaps as early as this week — the first body camera images of last week’s fatal police shooting of a man in the Bronx.

A judge dismissed all criminal charges against the Amtrak engineer blamed in a train crash that killed eight outside Philadelphia in 2015. The ruling was delivered after a preliminary hearing for engineer Brandon Bostian, 34.

The New York Civil Liberties Union is urging Nassau to repeal a bill passed last year prohibiting companies from doing business with the county if they have boycotted or divested from Israeli businesses or supported sanctions against Israel, arguing the law is “unconstitutional.”

Suffolk supervisors, mayors, school leaders and County Executive Steve Bellone unanimously passed a plan to share municipal services that county officials hope will save county taxpayers $37 million over the next two years.

With today marking the 46th Anniversary of the Attica prison uprising, a group of prison reform advocates have completed a walk from Harlem to the State Capitol where they are urging a slate of changes including a renewed call to close the notorious western New York prison.

The State University of New York Board of Trustees has appointed a veteran college administrator as interim president of Niagara County Community College.

Mike Francesa still plans to leave WFAN in December, but he left the door wide open to rethinking that plan in the wake of last week’s arrest of morning co-host Craig Carton.