Another endorsement was rolled out for Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Kathy Hochul on Friday when she received the unanimous backing the Women’s Campaign Fund.

The endorsement comes after the National Organization for Women’s New York chapter announced over the weekend it was endorsing the primary rival of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham law professor.

“I have traveled across the state to support women’s equality, and I’m proud to receive the unanimous support of the Women’s Campaign Fund as we fight to put women’s rights front and center, where it belongs, ” said Lt. Governor candidate Kathy Hochul. “The women of New York deserve nothing less than true and full equality, and working with greater partners like WCF, I am confident that we will win this fight to have our voices heard and counted.”

Hochul had the backing of the group in 2011, when she ran in a special election for Congress to win a seat vacated by Republican Rep. Chris Lee.

She has also been the point person for the creation of the Women’s Equality Party, a ballot line Democrats formed for the November election.

Hochul faces Tim Wu, a Columbia University professor, in a Democratic primary next month. If elected, Wu would be the first Asian-American to win a statewide office.

“Women’s Campaign Fund is thrilled to endorse former Congresswoman Kathy Hochul in her race for Lieutenant Governor,” said Betsy Mullins, President and CEO of WCF. “Kathy is a proven leader who will use the office of Lieutenant Governor to improve the lives of all New York families. With her record of public service as a Congresswoman and County Clerk, in addition to her legal experience, Kathy is the most qualified candidate in the race. We are proud to have stood with Kathy all these years and we are especially proud to stand with her today.”

Earlier today, her campaign announced the endorsement of a trio of Asian-American elected officials.