The Senate Republican Campaign Committee this month transferred millions to state Senate campaigns around the state, with much of the money being shuttled to shore up candidates in swing districts.

Filings posted with the state Board of Elections show the SRCC sending a combined $2 million to the campaigns of candidates Tom Croci, George Amedore, Rich Funke, Tom Croci, Terrence Murphy, Sue Serino, Robert Ortt and Joe Dillion.

Amedore, a former state assemblyman running a rematch race against Democratic Sen. Cecilia Tkaczyk, benefited the most from the SRCC largesse: $597,000 in transfers to his campaign in the 46th Senate district, one of the costliest races around the state.

Funke, a former broadcaster challenging Sen. Ted O’Brien in the Rochester area, received $475,800.

Incumbent Sen. Jack Martins in Nassau County received $67,000.

No money was allocated to Republican Sen. Mark Grisanti, who lost his GOP primary last month to Kevin Stocker, but retains the Independence Party ballot line.

Grisanti was endorsed by Republican Leader Dean Skelos, but financially has received support directly from the New York League of Conservation Voters.

The group’s independent expenditure campaign supporting Grisanti has received contributions from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg as well as the political action committee of the Independent Democratic Conference.

All told, Senate Republicans have nearly $1.2 million left in the bank after spending $3.4 million during the most recent fundraising period. The conference raised $1.7 million.