Campaign accounts associated with the Independent Democratic Conference will report a combined $4.5 million in cash hand.

That includes $1.95 million in the campaign committee of IDC Leader Jeff Klein, a Bronx lawmaker, and $1 million in the bank for the conference’s campaign committee, the Senate Independence Campaign Committee. The group’s housingkeeping committee — which can’t be used for direct campaign spending — brings the seven-member conference’s total to $4.9 million.

Klein in January reported $1.5 million in cash on hand. The conference’s campaign committee had $412,339 at the start of the year.

“The Independent Democratic Conference is proud of this major showing in support of our members,” said IDC spokeswoman Candice Giove. “We look forward to their reelection and to electing other great Democrats.”

The IDC this year is once again under scrutiny from progressive and left-leaning groups over the eight-member conference’s working relationship with the Republicans in the state Senate.

The GOP conference holds a narrow majority in the chamber with the aid of Brooklyn Democratic Sen. Simcha Felder, who is aligned with Republicans.

Still, the IDC has continued to face pressure this year to reconcile with the mainline Democratic conference in the Senate, building in part over the election of Donald Trump to the White House and Republican control of the U.S. Congress.