Democratic leaders in the state Senate on Wednesday huddled with House Democrats to discuss control of the chamber in Albany as the party seeks a new unity pact.

The meeting included Senate Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Deputy Leader Mike Gianaris and Democratic Rep. Louise Slaughter, the longest-serving Democratic member of the New York delegation.

“Democrats in the New York Congressional delegation are lockstep that we must have a unified, governing Democratic majority in the state senate,” Slaughter said in a statement.

“Today we expressed our solidarity with the Senate Democratic leaders who are pushing for that change and are taking a responsible approach to fixing the senate situation. The wishes of the voters are flouted when they elect Democrats to the state senate that caucus with and function as Republicans. When that happens it’s not democracy, it’s deception. It’s gone on long enough. We have to break the Republican and IDC political partnership that facilitates a Trump agenda in New York.”

Democrats are trying to forge a unity pact between the mainline conference and the eight-member Independent Democratic Conference in order to form a new majority coalition in the chamber.

Republicans control the chamber with 32 members, which includes Brookyln Sen. Simcha Felder, a Democrat who sits with the GOP conference.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been pushed by liberals to broker a truce between the factions in the chamber and the he’s met several times with lawmakers from both sides to discuss unification.