An ethics complaint has been filed against Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley.
In the complaint obtained by the D&C, Doorley is accused of violating ethics rules when she agreed to co-chair Lee Zeldin's campaign for governor.
Doorley says she stepped aside in April after conferring with the District Attorneys Association of New York.
But the Albany Times-Union reports Doorley spoke at a Monroe County Republican Committee fundraiser May 25, featuring Zeldin.
And she attended the campaign event in Fairport last month where Zeldin was attacked.
A grievance counsel will review the complaint to determine whether Doorley should be disciplined.
The counsel can also refer the complaint to the State Appellate Court for formal disciplinary proceedings.