The Hotel and Motel Trades Council on Tuesday endorsed the Cuomo-Hochul ticket, a move that follows the roll out of other major labor organizations announcing their support.

“From giving workers a voice in the workplace to ensuring fair wages for hospitality workers for years to come, Governor Cuomo is the clear choice to stand up for working people in New York State. Governor Cuomo has fought for the issues that matter to working and middle class New Yorkers, and he has delivered,” said Peter Ward, President of the Hotel Trades Council. “We are also proud to support Democrat Kathy Hochul, who has always stood up for working families and will be an outstanding Lt. Governor. That’s why in every corner of this state, we are prepared to activate our resources and turnout operation to ensure Governor Cuomo and his running mate Kathy Hochul are elected on Tuesday.”

Like the endorsements released on Monday from 1199/SEIU and the Transport Workers Union, the nods are not wholly surprising.

HTC, in particular, has already given heavily to Cuomo’s re-election campaign.

But the endorsements from these labor unions comes also with their vaunted voter turnout operations, which will be key in next week’s primary contests.

Cuomo faces Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law School professor.

Hochul, a former representative from western New York, is being challenge for the Democratic ballot line by Columbia professor Tim Wu.