An avalanche of last-minute contributions went to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s campaign over the weekend, 24-hour notices posted by the Board of Elections show.

Cuomo’s campaign received a combined $408,100 in the final days before Tuesday’s vote, with polls showing the governor holding a double-digit lead over Republican Rob Astorino.

Cuomo’s campaign isn’t letting up, despite its lead in the polls.

The governor is traveling the state for a final day of stumping, with stops in New York City, Albany and western New York later today. Cuomo is also airing $1 million worth of television ads in the final days of the campaign.

Cuomo’s donors included Liberty Natural Gas, which gave $25,000, the Health Association of New York State, which gave $15,500 and Estée Lauder Companies CEO William Lauder, who gave $25,000.

Cuomo’s Republican rival, Rob Astorino, reported a more modest haul of contributions, including a $10,000 check from Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb.