Republican candidate for attorney general John Cahill announced he reached his goal of raising $1 million in his bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Eric Schneiderman.

He did it — appropriately enough — in a fundraising email to supports urging small-dollar donations.

In the note thanking supporters, Cahill notes that raising $1 million is an accomplishment given he only entered the race in May.

Cahill is tapping in to a still active donor base from Republican Gov. George Pataki’s days.

Cahill is a former top aide to the three-term governor and currently his law partner.

“What makes reaching this important milestone even more incredible is that we accomplished this in less than ten weeks! I officially announced my candidacy for Attorney General on May 11th … our campaign is only 66 days old and we have just begun our 10th week. Reaching our goal proves we are strong, united, and wholeheartedly committed to reclaiming the Attorney General’s office for the people,” he wrote.

He also lumped together Schneiderman and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio as being motivated by Cahill’s fundraising success, saying they’ll “double down” on winning race.

“One million dollars is a tremendous accomplishment, but if we want to defeat the Albany establishment, we will need to continue to build upon this momentum,” he wrote.