Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo just announced that his “Republicans for Cuomo Committee” has a new member: Rick Lazio’s former campaign finance chairman, Anthony Scaramucci.

“As a Republican, I am proud to serve as Finance Chair of Republicans for Cuomo,” said Scaramucci in a statement released by Cuomo’s campaign.

“We must not let our party become the party that embraces extremist views and values like those of Carl Paladino. I believe Andrew Cuomo has the experience to bring change to Albany and he has put forth a real plan, not just bluster, to enact real and meaningful reform for New Yorkers.”

Scaramucci is founder and manager of the hedge fund SkyBridge Capital. He was among Lazio’s biggest campaign contributors.

He was announced as a member of Lazio’s re-tooled “executive committee” in the wake of a shake-up in late July that saw the former congressman’s campaign manager, Kevin Fullington, replaced by former state GOP strategic planning director, Matt Walter.

Lazio himself had harsh words for both Cuomo and Paladino when he formally exited the campaign Monday, calling them “flawed.” He didn’t endorse either of his former opponents and won’t be doing so, thanks to his newfound position as a candidate for a Bronx state Supreme Court judgeship.