Republican candidate for governor Rob Astorino’s campaign on Friday reported having $1 million in cash on hand for the final 11 days of the campaign.

Records show Astorino in the most recent fundraising period spent more than a half-million dollars on TV ads, including a $474,640 ad purchase.

The total is expected to vastly dwarf the cash on hand amount of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who earlier this month reported having $23.7 million in the bank.

During this fundraising period, Astorino received $571,980 in contributions, according to his filing with the state Board of Elections.

Records show Astorino received $10,000 from Foster Friess, a prominent Republican donor and backer of former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign (Friess gained a level of notoriety during the campaign for suggesting aspirin between a woman’s legs can be used as birth control).

Astorino previously received an in-kind travel contribution from Friess.

This time, Astorino reported an in-kind travel donation from Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s PAC, Stand Up To Washington, totaling $364.60.

Astorino also received a $20,000 contribution from Kamran Hakim, a New York real-estate investor.

Republican former Gov. George Pataki contributed $1,000.

Scarsdale resident Jocelyn Adelaar contributed $22,500.

Astorino also received a $41,100 contributions from multiple limited-liability corporations, including Trilogy Advisors LLC and Salamanga LLC.