From the Morning Memo:

Democratic candidate for attorney general Sean Patrick Maloney’s campaign on Wednesday will release his latest statewide TV ad, a 30-second spot that highlights both his resume and his opposition to President Donald Trump.

“I’m running for attorney general because our president is a crook and a bigot with a bull’s eye on New York,” says Maloney, a House representative from the Hudson Valley, in the commercial. “This is a street fight for our future, and it matters if you’ve won big fights before.”

The ad is set to appear on both cable and broadcast.

Maloney points to his opposition to the NRA in Congress, efforts to fight hate crimes while working in the Clinton administration and, with a nod to his husband and children, “won my right to a family.”

Pledging to act as a counterweight on the Trump administration’s policies has been a hallmark in the race so far and Maloney’s ad seeks show he brings experience to the job.

Maloney is running in a four-way primary for the attorney general nomination on Sept. 13. He faces Leecia Eve, New York City Public Advocate Letitia James and Zephyr Teachout.

In a parallel effort, Maloney is also running for re-election to his current job in the House and plans to step aside if he’s the attorney general nominee.

The winner of the primary faces Republican Keith Wofford in the November election.