Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign on Friday reported raising more than $603,000 since Aug. 9, while spending $2.4 million.

The campaign has $30.6 million in cash on hand ahead of the Sept. 9 primary with Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout.

The filing shows Cuomo has heavily during the normally sleepy month of August.

Cuomo’s campaign spent $806,904 on television advertising, while the state Democratic committee — which have been surrogates attacking Republican rival Rob Astorino, spent $571,497 on TV ads. The state Democratic Committee during this 11-day filing period raised $206,100.

Cuomo also spent $40,470 on polling on Aug. 20, records show. The polling comes as his running mate, former Rep. Kathy Hochul, began to focus her primary campaign against Columbia professor Tim Wu by defending her voting record in Congress as well as her liberal credentials.

The governor’s air travel expenses to Israel — an expenses footed by the campaign — was $23,596.

The campaign also has had its share of legal expenses this month.

As part of an unsuccessful effort to knock Teachout off the ballot, Cuomo 2014 paid election lawyer Marty Connor, a former state senator, $23,441.

Records also show Cuomo’s campaign spent $10,000 on representation from Elkan Abramowitz, a white-collar criminal attorney who is representing the administration in the ongoing federal investigation of the Moreland Commission.

Cuomo’s campaign, meanwhile, Hochul’s campaign account $246,787 in the form of a loan for TV ads and mail dated Friday.

Hochul reported raising $368,114 and has a cash-on-hand balance of $863,932.