House candidate Brigid Harrison has $9,776.87 in her warchest after raising $157,25 between April 1 and June 17.
The second-district Democrat has raised $209,975.88 since the start of the year.
The candidate reported an additional $10,200 in fundraising in a 48-hour report filed with the Federal Election Commission on June 22.
Among the donations Harrison received were two $5,000 contributions from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC Voluntary Fund.
She also received $2,500 from the New Millennium PAC, which is affiliated with U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-North Bergen), who has endorsed Harrison for the Democratic nod to take on Rep. Jeff Van Drew.
The candidate also loaned her campaign another $60,000, bringing Harrison’s personal financial stake in her House bid up to $160,000, though the campaign paid off half of a $100,000 loan the political science professor made in March.