From the Morning Memo:

One day before voters head to the polls to cast ballots in various primaries, the Working Families Party released a Facebook ad that simultaneously touts their candidate endorsements and encourages turnout.

The WFP’s preferred gubernatorial ticket- actress Cynthia Nixon for governor and Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams for LG – dominate the ad, with Nixon noting her experience as a staunch education advocate, and Williams, often depicted on stage, lambasting the political status quo and highlighting his activism.

Nixon secured the WFP line in April – a slight to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has run previously with the labor-backed party’s support, though that relationship grew increasingly fraught one the years.

It was a dangerous move for the WFP, one that could cost it its ballot line should Nixon lose tomorrow, as the polls predict.

If Nixon declines to remain on the ballot line in the November general election, and Cuomo rejects the line, too, then it’s unclear how the party will receive the 50,000 votes it needs in the governor’s race to maintain its official status.

Several state Senate candidates and IDC challengers make appearances in the WFP ad, too: Jasmine Robinson seeks Sen. Diane Savino’s seat in SD-23, Zellnor Myrie is going up against Jesse Hamiliton in SD-20, former NYC Councilman Robert Jackson is challenging Sen. Marisol Alcantara in SD-31, Jessica Ramos competing for Sen. Jose Peralta’s seat in SD-13, and Alessandra Biaggi takes on Senate Deputy Minority leader Jeff Klein, the former head of the IDC, in SD-34.

“It’s about the values that the WFP represents,” Ramoas says of her insurgent candidacy. “Making sure that we’re fighting for workers, we’re fighting for immigrants, we’re fighting for a fair economy, we’re fighting racism, we’re putting forth to community organizing work to get real wins for families here in New York.”