Cynthia Nixon was endorsed Friday by an immigration group that has been allied with the Working Families Party that also revives the debate over driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants.

In its endorsement, Make The Road Action Executive Director Javier Valdés cited the push for “driver’s licenses for all” as well as the backing of the state-level version of the Dream Act, a bill that would provide tuition assistance to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children.

“Now, in her candidacy, Cynthia Nixon has committed to a strong progressive platform rooted in the lived experience of working-class New Yorkers of color and immigrants. She has committed to passing and fully resourcing a full range of policies and protections that our communities urgently need,” Valdés said. “A few critical ones include passing the Dream Act and driver’s licenses for all, strengthening the rent laws and standing up to the real estate tycoons who pad the pockets of Albany politicians to pad their own bottom lines, and implementing real criminal justice reform that includes full bail reform. The time has come to make them a reality.”

In 2007, then-Gov. Eliot Spitzer proposed the controversial plan that would provide driver’s licenses to undocumented people living in New York. The proposal was blasted by Republicans and Democrats alike, while also tripping up Hillary Clinton in a presidential primary debate. Spitzer ultimately dropped the issue amid the controversy, which had hampered a broader agenda.

Nixon is challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination as he seeks a third term. Cuomo has decried the federal government’s immigration policies under the Trump administration, especially its attitude toward undocumented residents.

“For years, Make the Road Action has mobilized communities from across the state to stand up to Governor Cuomo’s destructive policies which put our values at odds with the needs of New York’s communities of color,” Nixon said in a statement. “I am proud to receive their endorsement and look forward to fighting alongside working class New Yorkers to demand a fair New York for everyone.”