The pro-casino New York Jobs Now ballot referendum committee has raised $725,000, according to notices filed on the state Board of Elections website.

The committee received contributions from a variety of pro-casinos interests including American Racing & Entertainment, which operates Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs, and Nevele Investors, which hopes to build a casino in the Catskills region.

American Racing contributed $125,000, while Nevele contributed $50,000.

Yonkers Racing Corp., an area that would not be eligible for a casino in the first phase of construction, contributed $250,000.

And interestingly enough, the Oneida Indian Nation, which operates Turning Stone Resort and Casino, contributed $50,000.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo negotiated a series of exclusivity and revenue sharing agreements with the state’s Indian tribes, which has sidelined what could have significant opposition.

Should the amendment fail, the agreements reached with the Oneida, Seneca and Mohawk would not be impacted.

Under current campaign-finance laws, New York Jobs Now is not subject to caps on contributions.

The group today began airing its first series of TV ads downstate and plans a series of mailers and field work as well.

If approved, four casinos would be built in the first round of construction and limited to the Catskills, the Albany area and the Southern Tier.