From the Morning Memo:

Lindsey Boylan has raised $264,657 in the last three months in her bid for the Democratic primary nomination against Rep. Jerry Nadler.

Boylan’s campaign on Monday will report having $242,000 in cash on hand a year before she faces Nadler in the June primary.

Overall, 68 percent of Boylan’s contributions are from within the state, with 86 percent of those coming from contributors in New York City.

And more than half, 63 percent, are from donors who gave less than $100.

Boylan also loaned her campaign $75,000 and will report $97,187 in expenditures.

Her bid comes as the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has been discouraging progressives from launching primary bids against incumbent Democrats a year after Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s successful campaign against Rep. Joe Crowley.

“There are powerful institutional forces trying to stop progressive primaries against institutional incumbents, but women shouldn’t have to stay silent and wait for a place at the table while continuing to serve the status quo,” Boylan said.

“I am thrilled so many people are energized and engaged by our campaign and look forward to building on this momentum all the way to the primary. At a time when Roe v. Wade is in jeopardy and women in the United States are still earning only 79 cents for every dollar a man earns, we need more female voices in Congress and I intend to be one of them.”