Two general objections were filed at the state Board of Elections challenging Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout’s effort to challenge Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a Democratic primary.

Teachout’s campaign this month filed about 45,000 petition signatures to gain ballot access, triple the amount needed.

The general objections — due today with the state Board of Elections — came from Harris Weiss and Austin Sternlicht. Neither challengers have made political donations in the last decade, a search of campaign finance contributions showed.

The contact person for the objections is former Senate Minority Leader Marty Connor, who questioned in May whether Teachout was eligible to run for governor in New York based on her previous out-of-state residency.

At the time, Teachout was challenging Cuomo for the Working Families Party ballot line, which ultimately failed.

It turned out Teachout was indeed eligible to run for governor and had no residency issues.

Teachout’s campaign had been anticipating a challenge to its petitions and earlier this month circulated a fundraising appeal so the campaign could hire lawyers.

Update: Cuomo campaign spokesman Peter Kauffmann confirmed the governor’s re-election campaign is behind the challenge effort.