Assembly Democrats later on Wednesday are set to report a combined $4.7 million for their two main conference campaign accounts.
The Demcoratic Assembly Campaign Committee will report having $3.7 million in cash on hand. The "housekeeping" account, where the use of money is more restricted, will report more than $1 million in the bank.
The filing is yet another historically high amount for the Assembly Democrats. The conference has held the majority in the chamber since the onset of the post-Watergate era and shows little sign of losing control.
Democrats control 103 seats in the 150-member chamber; Republicans hold 43.