The “People First” road show featuring Gov. Andrew Cuomo, his cabinet and three big issues he’s pushing — gay marriage, a property-tax cap and an ethics overhaul — will be kicking off in Syracuse on Tuesday.

“Our entire team is going to travel the state to speak directly to New Yorkers about the issues that can move this state forward, and it begins in Syracuse,” Cuomo said in a statement. “We need to pass a property tax cap, ethics reform, and marriage equality during this legislative session. The clock is ticking, but when the people speak, the politicians will listen. We will assemble a broad coalition of New Yorkers to support this agenda and work tirelessly to get it passed in Albany.”

The governor will be speaking at Onondaga Community College at noon.

The effort to get these measures through the Legislature is similar to Cuomo’s tour in the lead up to the state budget. He has less than seven weeks to reach deals on all these issues.

However, unlike the budget process which gives the governor broad authority, Cuomo must break out his chess board if he wants to reach a deal on gay marriage in the Republican-led Senate and get the Democratic-controlled Assembly to approve his 2 percent tax cap.

He’s also threatened to enact a Moreland Commission to investigate the Legislature if he doesn’t have a yet-to-be introduced and written ethics bill approved.