The re-election campaign of Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday released a TV spot that highlights his latest push for a gun control bill.

The ad is part of a six-figure purchase; Cuomo’s campaign reported in January more than $30 million in cash on hand.

The spot highlights the “red flag” legislation that is expected to be taken up in the Assembly. The bill would block people deemed to be too dangerous to themselves or others from possessing a firearm.

“He’s already taken guns away from domestic abusers and banned the sale of assault weapons in New York,” the ad’s narrator says. “Now he wants to allow teachers and family members to flag anyone exhibiting dangerous behavior. The first time educators will have the power to stop tragedies before they happen. That’s how you lead the nation in gun safety, but we need your help to do it.”

The ad says there have been 290 school shootings since the shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut in 2012 — a number that’s been used based on statistics by pro-gun control groups like Everytown. The Washington Post, using a less expansive metric, found there had been 188 shootings at schools since 2000.

Cuomo has made gun control a centerpiece of his agenda over the years since the passage of the SAFE Act, a package of measures approved in 2013. Cuomo has sought to pressure Democrats on the national level to take up gun control legislation and has slammed Republicans on the issue, accusing them of kowtowing to the National Rifle Association.

Voters in New York remain supportive overall of gun control, even as it remains more controversial in upstate regions. The issue especially resonates not just with New York City voters, but those who live in the suburbs, a key portion of Cuomo’s base.