Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday received a trio of endorsements from Democratic clubs in New York.

The endorsements came from the Community Free Democrats, the Lexington Democratic Club and the Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club, his campaign announced.

“Governor Cuomo has proven time after time that he is the most qualified candidate in this race,” Ahsia Badi, President of the Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club said. “The Governor’s efforts to protect healthcare, enact real gun safety reforms and bring equity to our public education system demonstrates that he’s listened to our communities and delivered results.”

The endorsements come a day after the conclusion of the Democratic state convention on Long Island, where Cuomo’s bid for a third term was endorsed by Hillary Clinton, DNC Chairman Tom Perez and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Cuomo is seeking a third term this year. He faces Cynthia Nixon in a Democratic primary and Republican Marc Molinaro, the Dutchess County executive, in a general election.