The Queens Democratic committee on Monday formally endorsed Melinda Katz’s bid for district attorney.

Katz, the borough president, is competing against Councilman Rory Lancman and Judge Greg Lasak for the nomination.

“I am honored to have the support of strong Democratic leaders from across Queens County,” she said.

“With Trump’s administration advocating for bigoted legislation and racist immigration policies, we need to unite and fight for our Democratic values at a local level. It’s clear that Queens is ready for criminal justice reform, and I look forward to transforming the District Attorney’s office into a partner for justice for everyone who calls Queens home. From discovery reform to no bail for misdemeanors to protections for vulnerable communities to keeping our streets safe, I am committed to bringing the progressive reform we need to ensure that our criminal justice system works fairly and justly for all.”

Incumbent District Attorney Richard Brown is not seeking re-election.