Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign has raised more than $600,000 since July 15, according to new campaign finance filings on Friday.

The Cuomo re-election campaign has to released 32-day pre-primary reports to the state Board of Elections since the incumbent Democrat faces at least one primary challenger on Sept. 9.

Comedian and activist Randy Credico, as well as Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout, is challenging Cuomo for the Democratic Party ballot line.

Cuomo’s campaign is challenging Teachout’s ballot status, but not Credico’s.

Keeping Credico in the primary contest will allow Cuomo to raise an additional $19,700 above the maximum contribution of $41,400.

Cuomo’s running mate, former Rep. Kathy Hochul, has raised $531,991.

Combined with fundraising totals from the state Democratic committee and its soft-money account, Cuomo’s team has raised $1.5 million since mid-July.

Cuomo last month reported having $35 million in cash on hand.