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Democratic incumbents in the 11th legislative district have more left in their joint account than their challengers have raised in the entire cycle, according to 29-day pre-election reports filed with the Election Law Enforcement Commission.
Assemblywoman Joann Downey and Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling have jointly raised $454,056.58 on top of $16,567.86 they transferred from the primary.
Of those funds, they have $52,418.41 remaining in their joint fundraising committee.
By contrast, their Republican opponents have raised $43,481.10, and that figure includes funds they transferred from their primary accounts.
Former Hugin for Senate staffer Matthew Wooley and Freeholder Township Board of Education President Michael Amoroso are fundraising separately.
Amoroso has raised $11,316.05 on top of $5,461.43 he brought over from his primary account.
Wooley fared slightly better, raising $14,570.35. He transferred $12,133.27 over from the primary.
Amoroso has $3,730.85 in his war chest, while Wooley has $11,692.54.
Downey reported having $71,067.24 left in her own campaign account, while Houghtaling had $46,629.71.