She’s worked for the Senate GOP, Republican gubernatorial candidate John Faso, and Democrat seeking the Republican line for governor Steve Levy.

Now Susan Del Percio will be joining Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration.

Cuomo’s office announced Tuesday afternoon it had hired Del Percio as a special advisor to the governor, where she’ll be focusing on operations and special projections.

No salary was given in the news release announcing her hire.

“I am pleased to welcome Susan Del Percio back to public service,” Cuomo said in a statement. “Susan brings years of experience in the public and private sector, as well as new ideas and top-rate talent to this administration, as we work to continue the success we have had over the past three years in creating jobs and building a smarter, healthier, fairer New York.”

In hiring Del Percio away, Cuomo is removing a potentially potent advisor for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino.

Interestingly enough, Del Percio previously worked for the consultant shop that top Astorino advisor Bill O’Reilly comes from.

Before being plucked to join the administration, Del Percio had formed the super PAC Balance New York that was aimed at aiding the Senate Republicans come election time.