Rep. Donald Norcross (D-Camden) raised $518,119 during the second quarter of 2019 and has $1,330,531 in his campaign warchest, according to reports filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission.
Norcross has raised $686,686 since the start of the year.
Josh Duvall, a Republican county committeeman from Cherry Hill, announced last May that he would challenge Norcross in New Jersey’s 1st district. Democrats enjoy an overwhelming 233,747 to 85,737 voter registration edge over Republicans.
Duvall reported raising $4,631 over the last three months and has $5,511 cash-on-hand.
Some Democrats expect Norcross to face a primary challenge next year, even though the four-term congressman has one of the most progressive voting records in the New Jersey delegation.
In 2016, he won 70% of the vote in a contested Democratic primary with Alex Law, who was supporting Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Norcross was re-elected to a fourth term last year with 64% of the vote, defeating Republican Paul Dilks with by a plurality of 82,011.