A collection of good-government organizations on Friday called for ethics and lobbying regulators to review former Assemblyman Keith Wright’s work for a lobbying firm while also holding the Manhattan Democratic Party chairmanship.

“Keith Wright can be a party chairman or a lobbyist but he can’t have it both ways,” said Susan Lerner, Executive Director of Common Cause New York. “The opportunities to wield his political position for personal enrichment, or use his position to advance a client’s agenda present a clear conflict of interest. He’s got to make a choice.”

The groups — Common Cause, Citizens Union and Reinvent Albany — sent a letter to the joint Commission on Public Ethics calling for an investigation.

“Keith Wright is a gifted New Yorker who did an excellent job representing the residents of the 70th Assembly district for 22 years,” said Dick Dadey, Executive Director of Citizens Union. “He also has done a very good job as county chair of the Manhattan Democrats. But his position now as both a paid and retained lobbyist, and party chair of the New York County Democrats is a troubling conflict.”

Wright left the Assembly last year after unsuccessfully running for the House seat vacated by Democrat Charlie Rangel, losing a primary to Adriano Espaillat.

Wright is now considering a run for the state Senate.