A 30-second TV spot from the Public Campaign Action Fund released Friday takes direct aimed at Gov. Andrew Cuomo with a $300,000 ad purchase for a budget agreement that does not include overhauling the state’s campaign-finance laws.

The ad will air in the Buffalo and Syracuse markets, the group said.

The Public Campaign Action Fund pushed hard during the legislative session and the budget negotiating process for the public financing of political campaigns.

But the ad released this afternoon goes further, knocking Cuomo for not achieving a budget agreement that includes other measures such as limits on campaign contributions and for ending the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption.

“Gov. Cuomo offered a bold plan to clean up Albany, but New York was left with just a fig leaf,” said David Donnelly, executive director of Public Campaign Action Fund in a statement. “The governor should live up to his own words and work with legislative leaders to pass a comprehensive public financing system for all state races as soon as possible.”

The $138 billion budget agreement did include new anti-bribery and anti-fraud laws as well as a new enforcement officer at the state Board of Elections. Cuomo has also insisted the public financing of political campaigns being limited to the state comptroller’s race is a breath through considering the opposition to a statewide program in the Senate.

At the same time, the Public Campaign Action Fund also released a poll it conducted finding broad support for changing the state’s campaign laws.