Incumbents in the 22nd and 17th districts are the only ones there to have filed their 11-day pre-primary reports with the Election Law Enforcement Commission.
Assemblyman Joseph Egan reported raising $395,305.53 over the duration of the race and finished the same with $328,473.34 in his war chest.
Assemblyman Joe Danielsen raised $193,197.66 during the cycle. He reported having $48,855.30 banked at the end of the reporting period.
The two incumbents, who represent the 17th legislative district, are facing a primary challenge from progressive candidate Ron Rivers.
Rivers reported raising more than $15,000 in a 29-day report filed with ELEC earlier this year, but his 11-day pre-primary report is not currently available on ELEC’s website.
The district’s two Republican candidates, Patricia Badovinac and Maria Powell Concepcion filed forms saying they did not intend to spend more than $5,000 in their bids.
In the 22nd legislative district, where incumbents are facing primary challenges backed by Linden Mayor Derek Armstead, Assemblyman James Kennedy and Assemblywoman Linda Carter were the only ones to report their fundraising.
Carter, the top fundraiser there, reported raising $62,974 over the duration of the cycle. She finished the period with $51,066.32 in her war chest.
Kennedy pulled in $40,454.45 over the same period, which he ended with $22,366.12 banked.
These numbers reflect where the primary campaign spending was last week and does not include expenditures or fundraising after Memorial Day weekend.
The two are facing primary challenges from Carlos Rivas and Mark Lighten. Patricia Quatracchi is the only Republican candidate running in the race.
Those three candidates also filed forms saying they did not intend to spend more than $5,100 in the race.