Democratic New York City Comptroller candidate Brian Benjamin has raised more than $260,000 in the last three months.

Benjamin, a state senator from Manhattan running for citywide office, received contribution from 1,171 donors and most gave $50 or less.

Benjamin is on track to qualify for public matching in the race.

His campaign expects him to be on pace to raise nearly $1 million. 

“We’re extremely proud of the enthusiastic support our campaign has seen from average New Yorkers who trust me to undertake this critical role on behalf of the city’s working class,” Benjamin said.

Incumbent New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer is barred by term limits from running for another term and is considering a bid for mayor in 2021.​