Justin Wagner, the Democrat hoping to replace outgoing GOP Sen. Greg Ball in the Hudson Valley district, will reporting raising more than $255,000 for the bid and have $218,700 in cash on hand.

This is Wagner’s second campaign for the Senate seat that covers Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties after narrowly losing to Ball in 2012.

Republicans Terrence Murphy, a Yorktown councilman, and former Assemblyman Bob Castelli, are vying for the GOP nomination in a primary.

The seat is expected to be one of about a half-dozen battleground districts around the state this year as Democrats seek to claim an outright governing majority in the chamber.

“These numbers make it clear: Justin Wagner is on track to win,” said campaign manager Steve Napier. “With every day, our campaign gains more allies and supporters, while at the same time the Republicans are engaged in an ugly and divisive primary with extreme conservative overtones. Most importantly, this filing demonstrates that Justin Wagner will have the resources to share his mainstream and common sense vision for New York with the voters of the Hudson Valley.”

The Daily News reported this morning that the once in-debt Senate Democratic Campaign Committee will report more than $1 million in their campaign war chest.