Democratic Queens district attorney candidate Melinda Katz has raised just over $1 million in her bid for the office being vacated by incumbent Richard Brown.

The fundraising total for Katz, the current borough president, was raised over the last 12 months from 802 donors , her campaign said Sunday.

She raised $206,311 alone since the announcement that Brown would not seek another term on Wednesday.

“Even with likelihood of a June primary, Borough President Katz has the resources, the support, and the criminal justice reform agenda Queens residents want to see in their next District Attorney,” said Katz campaign spokesman Doug Forand.

Updated: Councilman Rory Lancman, who is also seeking the Democratic nomination, announced raising $1.1 million for the effort.

“Support and momentum are growing all across Queens, as people see that our campaign represents real reform of the criminal justice system — ending the New Jim Crow, where thousands of people of color a year are given criminal records for the rest of their lives for low-level offenses that shouldn’t be in the criminal justice system at all; prosecuting crimes against working people, women, immigrants, homeowners, and tenants; and holding law enforcement, including the police and our own office, to the highest standards of accountability,” he said in a statement.