Binghamton Mayor Rich David on Tuesday met with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office amid talk of a potential congressional campaign.

David was in Washington with other local officials from the northeast to meet with the president about federal and local government concerns. The trio was organized by the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs as part of Northeast Regional State Leadership Day.

“It was an honor and a privilege to meet with a sitting president in the Oval Office, representing Binghamton residents,” David said.

“President Trump took a personal interest in making sure top federal officials were accessible and responsive to counties, cities and towns. I shared Binghamton’s needs in infrastructure, housing affordability and economic development with the President and White House officials — literally the top policymakers in government. Local elected officials seldom have that type of opportunity. When decisions are made in Washington, communities like Binghamton must be kept in mind.”

A Republican source said Wednesday David is one of several potential candidates for the GOP nomination in the 22nd congressional district, flipped to the Democratic column last year by Rep. Anthony Brindisi.

Former Rep. Claudia Tenney is also considering a campaign. Republican Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell and George Phillips have previously launched bids for the seat.