Disgraced former Rep. Michael Grimm resigned weeks ago, but a special election to fill his seat in Congress is yet to be called by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

The governor in Rockland County today acknowledged the desire to set a date for an election, but also noted that such races are costly.

“We’re looking at it from all sides,” he said. “Elections are not inexpensive, right? I understand on the one hand you want to get an election done as soon as possible. On the other hand they’re expensive to conduct, and if you can reduce the cost to the taxpayer that’s also something that’s very important. So we’re looking at it from all sides.”

A Staten Island attorney filed a lawsuit earlier this month to compel Cuomo to call the special election in the district, which covers Staten Island and Brooklyn.

Republican candidate Dan Donovan, the Staten Island district attorney is running.

Democrats are yet to settle on a candidate, but some potential candidates include former Democratic Rep. Michael McMahon and Assemblyman Michael Cusick.