The state Democratic Committee on Wednesday launched a campaign to remind voters the state’s primary day will be held Sept. 13.

It’s easy for voters to not be aware: The primary is actually the second vote for party races held this year, with the June primary focused on congressional campaigns. At the same time, the primary will be held on a Thursday, not a Tuesday. The date was moved due to it falling on the final day of Rosh Hashanah and the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

The campaign, focusing on digital, TV and mail efforts, is built around a resistance theme to President Donald Trump’s administration and his policies.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the defacto leader of the state party who controls the committee’s spending, is facing a primary from Cynthia Nixon, an education advocate and actress.

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul is in a separate primary against New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams.

And there is a four-way race for attorney general, featuring Public Advocate Letitia James, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Zephyr Teachout and Leecia Eve.

The release on the campaign only mentions the four candidates who received preferred status at the state convention: Cuomo, Hochul, James and Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, who does not have a primary.

“The MAKE 13 UNLUCKY FOR TRUMP campaign will engage millions of Democrats across New York and urge them to fight back with their vote,” said Geoff Berman, the state committee executive director.

“With Donald Trump in the White House, the stakes have never been higher, and no one can afford to sit on the sidelines. Here in New York, our Democratic Party, headed by Governor Cuomo, has been fighting Trump’s dangerous, divisive agenda every step of the way and in this election we need every Democrat to make their voice heard and their ballot count.”