Gubernatorial hopeful Rob Astorino is getting a boost from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at a fundraiser next month, the Republican candidate’s campaign confirmed.

Tickets for the June 9 event at Manhattan’s Union League Club start at $500 and run as high as $2,500.

The fundraiser with Walker is one of the more high-profile events for Astorino since he announced his candidacy this year.

And Walker, a potential Republican candidate for president, is one of the more prominent political figures to come to New York on Astorino’s behalf.

Walker has been blasted by the left for his policies toward unions in his state, but he survived a recall campaign in 2012.

The fundraiser coming to light, of course, comes as the labor-backed Working Families Party considers giving its line to a candidate other that incumbent Democrat Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo reported in January $33 million in cash on hand, while Astorino had about $1 million in his county executive campaign account that month.

Updated: Hotel Trades Council President Peter Ward released a statement in response to the Walker fundraiser. HTC is one of the labor groups allied with Cuomo’s re-election effort.

“It’s the height of disrespect for working people in New York that Republican Rob Astorino would hold a fundraiser with Scott Walker, the most radical, anti-worker Governor in the country,” Ward said. “Besides ending collective bargaining in Wisconsin, Scott Walker ranks nearly dead last when it comes to job growth. That says a lot about Rob Astorino’s priorities: failed, extreme right-wing policies that have led to economic disaster. Does Rob Astorino want to bring the war on workers to New York? Not on our watch.”