The coalition that helped to elect a Democratic Senate is pushing for Democratic leadership.

The Working Families Party, along with a host of sympathetic labor groups and officials, will hold a rally in New York City at noon tomorrow on the steps of City Hall to push for a Democratic majority in the state Senate.

The rally comes as two Senate races remain under absentee ballot and affidavit counts.

Democrat Terry Gipson holds a wide lead over Republican Sen. Stephen Saland, but the attention is focused on the 46th Senate District, where Democrats hope the count in Ulster County will put Cecilia Tkaczyk over the top against GOP candidate George Amedore.

There will be 32 Democrats in the Senate chamber come January, but at least one — Brooklyn’s Simcha Felder — will sit with the GOP conference.

The rally in New York City tomorrow appears in part to pressure both Felder and possibly the four-member Independent Democratic Conference, to back a Democratic take over. Republicans would need a 32nd vote to elect a majority leader should Amedore lose, making the IDC’s position all the more important.

The thinking from liberal groups and Democratic lawmakers is that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s agenda in 2013 — including a minimum wage increase, stop and frisk reform — won’t be achieved even under a power-sharing agreement.

IDC leader Sen. Jeff Klein, of course, counters that a “coalition” government could get those things done, too and insists his news conference will remain an independent entity.

Tomorrow’s rally will include: Citizen Action of New York, Communication Workers of America, Community Voices Heard Power, Democracy for America,, New York Communities for Change, SEIU 32BJ, Strong Economy for All, Tenants PAC, United New York, and the Working Families Party.

It’s a familiar coalition for the Senate Democrats, with many of those groups contributing not just financial resources, but also a get-out-the-vote effort on Election Day that aided Democratic candidates.