Republican congressional candidate John Faso on Tuesday criticized his Democratic opponent for opposing the state’s tax cap on property.

The Faso campaign released a 3-second video featuring Teachout at an undated forum saying she opposes the cap.

The measure, signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2011, limits the amount of money local taxing entities — including schools, counties and other local governments — can raise each year through their levy. The cap has typically stood below 2 percent increases given the low rate of inflation.

“It’s easy to oppose a property tax cap when you’ve never had to pay property taxes,” Faso said in a statement, referring to a 2014 story in which Teachout acknowledged an error in her property taxes.

“Her radical vision and view that if property owners would just pay a little more, government could solve any number of problems is simply out of touch. High taxes are part of the problem. Professor Teachout is clueless about living in Upstate New York and the burden property taxes impose on homeowners and small businesses.”

Though popular with property owners who face the country’s highest property taxes in New York, the cap itself has been controversial for schools and local governments, who have pushed for changes to the law, such as eliminating the rate of inflation provision.

Teachout challenged Cuomo for the Democratic nomination for governor in 2014.

Given the cap is a state law, however, it’s unlikely a member of Congress would have much practical power in overturning or changing the cap.