Sen. Martin Golden’s financial filing is up (finally) and it shows he’s got a big cash advantage over Democratic challenger Andrew Gounardes.

Golden raised $264,034 in contributions and has $455,614 in cash-on-hand.

It’s largely in line with what other Republican incumbents have raised over the last six months.

But Golden’s filing, while late, is a closely watched one because he is once again on the list of targeted of districts for Senate Democrats.

Golden also spent a good chunk of his money, about $204,046, on a variety of events. That includes more than $7,000 at a “volunteer appreciation night” at Bay Ridge Manor, a catering hall that his owned by his family.

Gounardes reported raising $197,000 and has about $155,000 in the bank.

H/t Colin Campbell at The NYO.