Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham law professor challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a Democratic primary next month, has released her first online ad.

In the 40-second spot, Teachout says she’s running against “centralized power where people don’t have a voice” and for “responsive government.”

In the ad called “Two Futures” Teachout says New York voters face a choice between massive chain businesses like CVS and Bank and America or supporting family farms and small businesses.

Here’s the script:

My name is Zephyr Teachout. I’m running in the Democratic primary for the Governor of the State of New York. The people of this state believe in public libraries and believe in public education and believe in public transportation. So many politicians in Albany have given up. There are two options. There are two futures. One future is a state, which is all CVS or Duane Reade and Bank of America — really, really, centralized power where people don’t have a voice. The other future is really responsive government — family farms, small businesses, and we have decentralized power. New York can be even more New York than it’s ever been, if it wants to be.

Teachout has been highly critical of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s centrist policies, but this ad doesn’t mention him at all.

Instead, Teachout talks directly into the camera appealing to not necessarily liberal sensibilities, but “decentralized power” in the state.

Cuomo’s campaign, meanwhile, is appealing a decision by a state Supreme Court judge in Brooklyn that tossed a challenge to Teachout’s status on ballot.

Cuomo’s campaign argues Teachout does not meet the state’s five-year residency requirement.

Teachout’s campaign has responded, saying Cuomo’s effort is a waste of time and suggests he’s scared to have a Democratic primary challenger.