Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon will make public her tax return in the coming weeks, her campaign said Tuesday.

Nixon and her wife Christine Marinoni have filed an extension, spokeswoman Sarah Ford said.

The acknowledgement comes as Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s campaign made an open-ended call for candidates for governor to release their taxes. But the statement was likely aimed at Nixon, who on Saturday was endorsed by the Working Families Party.

“Cynthia and Christine filed a routine extension a couple of weeks ago for their personal income taxes, while they wait on missing information from third parties,” she said. “To answer Andrew Cuomo’s latest charge, yes, they will absolutely release them in the coming weeks.”

Cuomo, as is custom for statewide elected officials, made public his taxes today, showing he earned $218,100 last year and is no longer receiving income from the proceeds of his 2014 memoir, “All Things Possible.”

“Of course, anyone running for governor or president should be willing to release their taxes to the public – a principle accepted by everyone but Donald Trump,” said Cuomo spokeswoman Abbey Fashouer.

The campaigns of Republicans John DeFrancisco and Marc Molinaro did not immediately respond to inquiries on the issue.

Candidates who have access to the ballot are required to file financial disclosure forms with the Joint Commission on Public Ethics.