A day after he received the endorsement from the Working Families Party and taking on a progressive agenda in this election season, Gov. Andrew Cuomo in New York City outlined how he supports local control for a minimum wage increase.

Broadly, Cuomo remains against giving local governments and municipalities free reign in boosting the minimum wage.

“I oppose municipalities being able to set the minimum wage,” Cuomo said. “I did and do.”

However, Cuomo said he backs a proposal that allows local governments to raise the wage “within a state prescribed formula to adjust a local wage, but not that the locality gets to set that rate whatever they want.”

It wasn’t elaborated on what that state-driven formula would entail.

Cuomo on Saturday, along with a coalition of labor groups and the union-aligned Working Families Party, announced he would help Democrats retake the Senate as well as back a package of liberal friendly legislation.

The agreement averted the party’s endorsement for governor of Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham University law professor

Cuomo in New York City on Sunday after marching in the 50th Israel Day Parade noted that his pledge to help the party regain control doesn’t necessarily entail backing all Democrats, especially those that don’t support his 10-point women’s agenda.

“This is about working to elect people who support an agenda,” he said. “I will also work to oppose Democrats who oppose what we are trying to pass.”

As for gaining the WFP’s endorsement following a flurry of last-minute negotiations with party leaders and activists, Cuomo said that was part of being in the Democratic Party, which relies on coalitions of interest groups.

“We have a big tent, everybody has a voice and everybody wants to use it,” he said.

Cuomo added: “At these political conventions either you win or you lose. And I won. I’m very happy to have their support.”