Cynthia Nixon in an email to supporters on Thursday urged them to back candidates for Congress running on the Working Families Party ballot line across the country as well as the state Senate in New York.

In the email, Nixon specifically points to four candidates for the House — Randy “Ironstache” Bryce in Wisconsin, Dana Balter in New York, Jess King in Pennsylvania, Jahana Hayes in Connecticut — who the WFP has endorsed.

“If we all come together, on November 6th, we can elect a wave of progressive candidates like these, end Republican control of Congress, and finally send a progressive majority to the state Senate in New York that could achieve real policy victories from codifying Roe v. Wade, to single payer health care, full funding for our schools, criminal justice reform and more,” the email states. “But these candidates can’t rely on huge corporate donors to fund their campaigns. They’re going to need grassroots supporters like you to power them to victory.”

She urged supporters to sign a petition — email address and names the party can use for list-building — ahead of general election voting.

Nixon formally dropped her bid for governor this month and was transferred by the WFP to an Assembly race; she is not actively campaigning and has endorsed the incumbent Democrat, Deborah Glick.

The WFP endorsed Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who defeated Nixon in a Democratic primary on Sept. 13.