Republican congressional candidate John Faso’s campaign has $619,102 in cash after raising more than $1 million since entering the race last year.

Faso’s campaign raised $220,442 in the most recent filing. He received $644 donations that range from $1 to the federal maximum of $2,700.

Faso is among several Republican candidates vying for the GOP line in a June 28 primary, including Bob Bishop and businessman Andrew Heaney.

“I’m grateful that so many residents of the 19th Congressional District have shown their support for my candidacy,” said Faso, a former Assembly minority leader. “Throughout my travels in the 11 counties, people are telling me that the status quo isn’t good enough; they’re frustrated and want change. Together we will reform Washington, improve the economy by helping small businesses expand, and repair the damage that has been done during the past eight years under President Obama.”

Faso is vying for the seat held by Rep. Chris Gibson, a Republican in the Hudson Valley’s 19th congressional district who is retiring at the end of the year as he considers a run for governor.