It’s Day 2 of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s tour across New York as he delivers his State of the State message in six different regions, but the road show has members of the Rochester community feeling a bit snubbed.

The Finger Lakes region didn’t make the final cut when Cuomo officially announced the tour over the Christmas break.

There’s an old debate about whether Rochester should even be considered part of Western New York. At least when it came to the SoS tour, maybe the governor fell in the camp that tends to lump the state’s second and third largest cities together.

That theory seemed to be supported by the fact that many leaders from the Greater Rochester area were invited to the University at Buffalo for Cuomo’s second State of the State speech. But over the course of Cuomo’s roughly 40 minute address, there was virtually no mention of the Flower City or any of its suburbs.

Last night, the governor’s office sent out a rush transcript of his speech. A quick search turned up zero results for “Rochester” or “Finger Lakes.” By comparison, the word “Buffalo” appeared no fewer than 50 times.

Cuomo did mention Rochester at least once, acknowledging that the city’s mayor, Lovely Warren, had made the trip to be in attendance. Warren, a Democrat who Cuomo endorsed in 2013, released a statement with no complaints, despite the fact that her city was overlooked in his speech.

“I would like to thank Governor Cuomo for his continued investment in Upstate New York,” Warren said. “Once again he has delivered for our region, with initiatives to improve our drinking water, educate our workforce and finally bring ride-sharing to Upstate New York.”

“These important efforts will help us create more jobs, safer and more vibrant neighborhoods and better educational opportunities for all of our citizens, and I look forward to working with the Governor and his administration to achieve these goals.”

Republican Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo was also diplomatic, but did draw attention to the apparent slight. Dinolfo said she was “disappointed” neither Rochester nor the Finger Lakes were part of the governor’s WNY speech.

The county executive did say she was pleased with Cuomo’s support of ridesharing, which she believes would have a major effect on the Rochester area if it’s legalized outside the five boroughs of NYC.

The governor’s office did put out a press release hours after the speech was over, announcing $10 million for a “multi-year Photonics Venture Challenge” that appears tailor made for Rochester. The money will be used to award start-up companies in the photonics industry, similar to Buffalo’s 43North competition.

Rochester is the future home of the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics).