Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2014 re-election campaign is airing a TV advertisement that credits voters for applying pressure on state lawmakers to get the spending plan approved.

The ad features a voice over of Cuomo touting the $138 billion budget for including a property tax rebate program as well as a plan that would delay aspects of the Common Core standards for student assessment.

Cuomo in the ad says the budget “stopped premature Common Core testing.”

“We showed again that when New Yorkers come together, there’s nothing we can’t do,” Cuomo says in the ad.

The governor’s re-election campaign account in January reported $33 million in cash on hand, and he has used some of that money in the lead up to the budget approval to air TV spots touting his property tax relief plan with commercials airing both upstate and downstate.

Cuomo’s use of campaign funds comes a year after the state Democratic Committee aired TV ads on his behalf to push a variety of legislative goals as well as draw attention to his Moreland Commission on Public Corruption.

Before turning to the state party, the Committee To Save New York, a coalition of mostly business-backed interests had aired TV and radio ads supporting Cuomo’s fiscal agenda.

The 2014-15 state budget was the fourth in a row to be approved by state lawmakers in advance of the April 1 deadline.

I first noticed the ad airing on cable television Monday. There was not a formal news release drawing attention to the ad from Cuomo’s 2014 re-election campaign.