Gov. Andrew Cuomo has formed a political action committee meant to aid Democrats in New York running in key congressional races.

The announcement, made by his re-election campaign on Tuesday, comes after Cuomo had declared earlier this year he would push for a Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives this year.

The committee, known as the Cuomo NY Take Back the House PAC, also comes after months of sniping between Cuomo and House Republicans in New York over measures like the December tax cut package that capped state and local tax deductions at $10,000 — a provision seen as detrimental to high-tax states.

It also comes after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, the governor’s rival, formed his own federal-level PAC.

“With Trump and Republicans in Washington threatening New York’s way of life – from healthcare and women’s rights to immigration and tax reform – the Governor is laser focused on taking back the U.S. House to protect the people of this state. As part of the Governor’s larger effort to fight back against the Republicans’ destructive, ultra-conservative agenda, he has launched the ‘Cuomo NY Take Back the House PAC’ to contribute to races across New York and nationwide in an effort to flip the House from red to blue,” Maggie Moran, Cuomo’s campaign manager.

So far, Cuomo has maxed to House Democratic candidates through the PAC, with $2,700 going toward the campaigns of Perry Gershon, Liuba Grechen Shirley, Max Rose, Antonio Delgado, Tedra Cobb, Anthony Brindisi, Tracy Mitrano, Dana Balter, Joe Morelle and Nate McMurray.