This week began the official start of 24-hour notices for candidates and committees involved in primary campaigns.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign reported to the state Board of Elections $54,500 in contributions over a 24-hour period.

Those donors include a Long Island-based development company that contributed $10,000 and a $14,500 contribution from Jay Snyder, a businessman and Democratic donor who served on Cuomo’s transition team.

Cuomo this month reported $32.4 million in cash on hand.

Along with his running mate, former Rep. Kathy Hochul, Cuomo faces a primary on Sept. 9 from Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law School professor. Also on the ballot is Randy Credico, a comedian and political activist.

Meanwhile, the national office of the Communications Workers of America pumped $398,700 into the political action committee of its New York affiliate, one of the key labor unions in the state.