Queens Democratic Assemblyman Jeff Aubry on Thursday added his voice to the call to include Senate Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins in the budget talks with top lawmakers in the Senate and Assembly and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

“It’s odd that the one African-American woman, the one minority women, who represents a large number of members, would not be allowed into those budget negotiations,” Aubry said. “I can’t see why that would be.”

The Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus today called on Cuomo to include Stewart-Cousins, the first black woman to lead a legislative conference in Albany, into the talks.

Aubry, in an interview, pointed to the inclusion of Sen. Jeff Klein, the Bronx lawmaker who leads the Independent Democratic Conference, in the discussions.

“We saw an inequity,” Aubry said. “Andrea Stewart-Cousins has not been apart of the budget negotiations though Jeff Klein who is the leader of the independent Democrats.”

The caucus support for Stewart-Cousins to be included in the meetings is part of a broader campaign to have her included in the meetings, an effort that began when Klein was invited this year, despite no longer holding the Senate co-presidency.

Klein’s IDC and the Senate Republican conference remain in a coalition alliance this year, though do not share power as they did during the 2013 and 2014 legislative sessions.

“It would seem to me that her exclusion is strange relative to trying to have the voices in the state of New York in the room,” Aubry said.

He added the caucus support for Stewart-Cousins extends to Republican Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb.

“We also believe that the minority leader here in the Assembly ought to be apart of that relative to his representation,” Aubry said.

But the push also coincides with the election of the state’s first African-American speaker of the Assembly, Bronx Democrat Carl Heastie.

“We are making history all over the place with our speaker, with a new Asian regent,” Aubry said. “Why wouldn’t this obviously capable and extraordinary woman be a part of the process of determining how the budget is determined in this state?”