The seat was left vacant by Majority Leader Joe Morelle.

Brighton Town Board member Robin Wilt is launching a new campaign for New York State Assembly. 

She hasn't made an official announcement but her webpage now says "Robin Wilt for Assembly."

Wilt's former campaign manager confirms she's collecting signatures to run for the New York State Assembly's 136th District.

The seat was left vacant by Majority Leader Joe Morelle.

Morelle won the 25th Congressional District Democratic primary last week against Wilt and two others and moves on to the general election in November.

If Wilt does run for Assembly, she will face Monroe County Democratic Chairwoman Jamie Romeo and President of Rochester NOW Jacklyn Richard.

However, there could be a snag in Robin Wilt's potential run for State Assembly.

The Board of Elections states that you must be a resident of New York state for five years before you can run for that office.

According to Wilt's public voting records, she voted in Kings County, Washington as recently as 2016 in the general election.

News10NBC has reached out to Wilt for comment but have not heard back yet.