Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a politician not exactly known for delegating authority, again on Tuesday said he’ll delegate the decision on debating his election-year rivals to his campaign.

Cuomo, in Upper Jay to speak at a rebuilt firehouse that had been damaged by Hurricane Irene, told reporters there his campaign will be speaking to the other campaigns about a debate.

“I’m going to leave that to the campaigns to work through and my campaign will be talking to my rivals’ campaigns and they’ll figure it out, I’m sure,” Cuomo said.

Asked if he’ll debate potentially after the Sept. 9 primary, Cuomo again demurred to his campaign.

“More than anything, I’m leaving it to the campaigns to have that conversation,” said the famously hands-on governor.

Time Warner Cable News and NY1 have invited Cuomo and his Democratic primary rival, Fordham professor Zephyr Teachout, to a televised debate, along with a TV debate with their running mates, former Rep. Kathy Hochul and Columbia professor Tim Wu.

Republican candidate for governor Rob Astorino has also called for debates with Cuomo and is holding a radio debate with Teachout on WNYC on Sept. 4.