The Progressive Caucus of the state Democratic Party plans to push a resolution at this month’s party meeting that would urge the Independent Democratic Conference to return to the mainline Democratic conference.

An email sent to Democratic committee members from Progressive Caucus Chairwoman Rachel Lavine offers them a chance to sign on to the resolution, saying it will be voted on as the Democratic convention, due to be held May 21-22 in Melville, takes place.

The resolution comes as Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces skepticism from the left-wing of the party’s base, as well as the labor-supported Working Families Party, which has not ruled out granting its line to another candidate for governor this year.

Among the concerns cited in the Progressive Caucus’ resolution included “ensuring that the Republican leadership gets to determine whether legislation pertaining to key progressive causes like campaign finance reform or reproductive rights receive a vote” and claims the coalition has been a “deterrent” to liberal-friendly goals.

Liberal advocates believe the IDC’s coalition with the Senate Republicans have either blocked or watered-down key reforms in the Legislature.

Nevertheless, a Siena College poll last month found most voters supported the current power-sharing agreement in the Senate.

The resolution also comes as former New York City Councilman Oliver Koppell considers a primary bid against IDC Leader Jeff Klein.

Resolution of the NYSDC by Nick Reisman