Democratic Sen. Todd Kaminsky released the first ad of his bid for a full term on Tuesday highlighting his resume as a federal prosecutor as well as his record as a state lawmaker.

The 30-second commercial appears to have been produced in the distinct style of Jimmy Siegel, a Democratic ad man who has cut ads for a range of elected officials and candidates.

“As a former federal corruption prosecutor, I went to Albany because I believe that government should serve the people it represents, not the corrupt special interests,” Kaminsky said in a statement.

“That’s why I’ve voted over 175 against tax increases, passed a plan to strip convicted politicians of their pensions, delivered a $4 billion middle class tax cut, and fought for an additional $20 million in funding for South Shore schools. Honest government get’s real results and I’ll never stop fighting for taxpayers on the South Shore.”

Kaminsky won an April special election to replace disgraced former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, who was ousted after he was found guilty on charges of using his official power to aid his son’s business interests. Skelos is currently fighting the conviction on appeal.

Kaminsky once again faces Republican Chris McGrath in the Nassau County Senate district.