The state Democratic Committee on Monday launched a $2 million TV and digital ad campaign meant to boost Democratic candidates for the state Senate.

The ad released by committee, under the control of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, feature Democratic candidates Jim Gaughran and Anna Kaplan, who are running for a pair of Long Island Senate districts.

“Governor Cuomo needs Democrats like Jim Gaughran and Anna Kaplan in the State Senate, because the choice is clear,” the ad states. “Republicans want to take away a woman’s right to choose, Democrats want to protect it. Republicans want to roll back New York’s gun safety laws, Democrats want to keep us safe. Republicans are capping your tax deductions, Democrats are suing to stop it. For Long Islanders, it’s not red or blue, it’s right and wrong.”

Cuomo’s push for Democrats in key suburban swing districts comes the party is seeking to gain control of the chamber this year. Republicans hold a one-seat majority in the chamber with the aid of Brooklyn Sen. Simcha Felder, a Democrat who is aligned with the GOP.

Both Kaplan and Gaughran, if elected, would be representing constituents with relatively moderate politics: Support for abortion rights and environmental conservation, but also back provisions like the state’s cap on property taxes.

Cuomo last week announced a fundraiser he headlined for Senate Democrats brought in $500,000. He also plans a bus tour for down-ballot candidates running in key races this year.