A spokesman for the mayor would not elaborate on how Bloomberg planned push the message but said the office is optimistic there is enough time to get it out.
Bloomberg, a former entrepreneur who parlayed a Wall Street layoff into a multibillion-dollar financial information services empire, has very publicly flirted with the idea of running for president in the past. As this election cycle solidified, speculation has turned toward whether he might endorse one of the candidates.
Bloomberg also has urged both Obama and Romney to address gun violence — another pet issue of the New York mayor — and has said he would congratulate any candidate who comes forward with a plan.
Associated Press writer Samantha Gross in New York and Shannon Young in Boston contributed to this report.
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