Two New York Democrats this weekend won leadership posts at the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting in Atlanta.

Assemblyman Michael Blake, a Bronx lawmaker and former aide in the Obama administration, won an at-large vice chairmanship in the DNC. At the same time, Queens Democratic Rep. Grace Meng won re-election as at-large vice chair.

Both Meng and Blake had been endorsed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who stayed neutral in the closely watched vote for DNC chairman, ultimately won by former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a Buffalo native.

Cuomo, in a statement, congratulated Meng and Blake, but did not mention Perez, who defeated Minnesota Rep. Keith Eliison in the chair vote.

“Congratulations to New York’s own Congresswoman Grace Meng and Assemblyman Michael Blake on being elected Executive Vice Chairs of the Democratic National Committee. These proven leaders have the strong, progressive values we need to strengthen the Democratic Party and continue lifting up America’s working- and middle-class families,” Cuomo said.

“From investing in education and creating good-paying jobs to protecting immigrants’ rights and advancing issues of social justice, Congresswoman Meng and Assemblyman Blake will help lead the fight to ensure our nation remains a beacon of hope and opportunity for everyone. I’m proud of the progress they have achieved, and I look forward to working together to keep New York and our nation moving forward.”