Democratic Comptroller Tom DiNapoli has filed with the state board of elections to run for another term in 2018.

The incumbent comptroller’s re-election campaign account was rechristened DiNapoli 2018 this week, according to Board of Elections records.

DiNapoli was first elevated to the comptroller’s post in 2007 by his colleagues in the Democratic-led Assembly, following the resignation of Alan Hevesi.

DiNapoli was elected to the office outright in 2010, defeating Republican Harry Wilson. He won a second full term in 2014, defeating GOP Onondaga County Comptroller Robert Antonacci — a race that marked the first-ever public financing system for the comptroller’s office, which DiNapoli did not participate in (Antonacci did, with little success).

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not given an indication whether he will run for a third term, while Attorney General Eric Schneiderman would be seeking a third term for his post as well (the AG is considered a potential candidate for governor one day, especially if Cuomo steps aside).

Schneiderman earlier this year re-filed for 2018 as well.