Most candidates made the cut ahead of the congressional primary, but other races are enjoying a much less crowded field heading into June according to filings posted by the Board of Elections Thursday.

In the 3rd Congressional District, State Senator Jack Martins no longer has any primary opponents. Six Republicans had filed for the seat including Martins, but only his petition signatures were declared valid by the Board of Elections.

Signatures from Republican Philip Pidot were ruled invalid, but a spokesman for his campaign says they will fight the decision.

Democrats in New York’s third congressional district are facing a loaded primary with all five candidates making the ticket. That includes Steve Stern, Jon Kaiman, Anna Kaplan, Tom Suozzi, and Jonathan Clarke.

Moving into Manhattan, eight Democrats made the ballot in the 13th Congressional District. That includes Assemblyman Keith Wright, Assemblyman Guillermo Linares, State Senator Adriano Espaillat, Suzan “Sujay” Johnson-Cook, Adam Clayton Powell, Clyde Williams, Sam Sloan, and Michael Gallagher.

Robert Evans will not face an opponent on the Republican line for the district.

Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney will not have a primary in the 18th Congressional District, and only two of the six Republican who filed to run against him will appear on the ballot in June.

Phil Oliva, who has close ties to former Republican candidate for Governor Rob Astorino, and local filmmaker Kenneth Del Vecchio will appear on the ballot. Oliva also secured the Reform Party line, created by Astorino in the 2014 race for governor.

Two candidates were bumped off the ballot in the 19th Congressional District. On the Republican side, John Faso, Andrew Heaney, and Bob Bishop will appear on the ballot.

Zephyr Teachout and Will Yandik will compete for the Democratic line. Candidates from both sides have requested debates ahead of the June primary. We’ll keep you posted on that. John Kehoe (D) and Robert Shaver (R) did not make the ballot.

No surprises in the 21st Congressional District. Neither Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik nor her Democratic challenger Mike Derrick will have a primary challenger in June. Matt Funiciello is also taking the Green Party line in this election cycle.

In the Southern Tier, Kim Myers is now the lone Democrat in the 22nd Congressional District. Dave Gordon’s signatures for the line were ruled invalid by the Board of Elections. On the Republican side, Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney, George Phillips, and Steven Wells will compete in a primary.

Martin Babinec’s signatures were ruled invalid by the Board of Elections for the Independence Line, but a spokesperson for the candidate told us he is still in the race.

Congressman John Katko will not face a primary challenger in the 24th Congressional District. The three Democrats who have filed to run against him will appear on the ballot in June. That’s Colleen Deacon, Eric Kingson, and Steve Williams.

In the Rochester area, it looks like a re-match between Democratic Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and Republican Mark Assini in the 25th Congressional District. The two were separated by less than 1,000 votes in 2014. Signatures from Democrat Noah Sargent were ruled invalid. Brandon Kirshner is also running as an independent in the race (not to be confused with the Independence Party.)

The full list of filings is posted on the Board of Elections website. The federal primary is June 28.