Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos and Assemblyman Dick Gottfried topped the list of state lawmakers in the last six months when it comes to office expenses, according to an analysis by the Empire Center for New York State Policy.

In total, both chambers spent more than $102 million during the most recent six-month reporting period ending in March. The period covers Oct. 1, 2012 through March 31, the end of the fiscal year.

The data was posted on the organization’s SeeThroughNY website.

Skelos, a Nassau County Republican, spent the most of any of the 213 state lamwkaers, $477,558. Gottfried, the longest serving member of the Legislature and a Democrat from Manhattan, spent $437,762.

Assemblyman Eric Stevenson, under indictment for seeking bribes in exchange for writing favorable legislation, spent $125,486, records show.

Sen. Malcolm Smith, under indictment for allegedly trying to bribe his way onto the New York City mayoral race, spent $397,565, or eighth overall in the Senate.

He was followed by Sen. John Sampson, who is under indictment for allegedly siphoning funds from escrow accounts he controlled, spending $389,591.

Leg Exp Rankings by Nick Reisman