An email from Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos to constituents highlights his key budget items, ranging from business tax cuts to the more than $1 billion increase in state education aid.

“From the start of the budget negotiation process, my main objectives were clear: reducing your tax burden to help you balance your family’s household budget; enacting smart policies to help create new jobs and economic opportunity; increasing school aid so that every child has the opportunity to learn, to grow and to succeed; increasing college access and affordability; and improving the quality of life in our local communities,” he wrote in the email.

Indeed, there’s a lot in the spending plan for Senate Republicans to tout in their districts.

Technically in a numerical minority in the chamber, the Senate GOP has retained power by forming a majority coalition alliance with the five-member Independent Democratic Conference.

And the Republican conference for the most part has worked well with Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo — a mutually beneficial relationship.

Like Cuomo earlier in the week, Skelos also cheered the budget being approved for the fourth time in a row before the April 1 deadline.

“I’m pleased to report that the new budget is not only on-time for the fourth consecutive year, it’s also the fourth consecutive budget that reduces taxes and keeps overall spending growth below two percent,” he said.