Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s campaign committee is expected to report raising more than $1.6 million over the last six months and will have a combined cash-on-hand amount of $3.7 million, according to a source familiar with the filing. 

Schneiderman, a Democrat from Manhattan, is in his second term as attorney general. 

For comparison, then-Attorney General Andrew Cuomo in 2008 — two years away from his next election — reported having raised $521,574 and had $1.14 million in cash on hand. 

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, the longest-serving statewide elected official in state government, has reported $800,170 in cash on hand and raised $672,104 over the last six-month reporting period.