Late-breaking endorsements and last-minute financing are marking the congressional candidates’ last two weeks before primary day.

On Monday, in the 12th Congressional District race in Manhattan, feminist icon Gloria Steinem endorsed Rep. Carolyn Maloney while former gubernatorial candidate and actor Cynthia Nixon announced her support for Rep. Jerry Nadler.

The family of Carling Mott, a cyclist killed where a bike lane had been nixed, backed Suraj Patel, who challenged Maloney twice before and came within four points in 2020.

Also Monday, in the packed 10th Congressional District primary in lower Manhattan and northwest Brooklyn, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine endorsed City Council Member Carlina Rivera while Public Advocate Jumaane Williams backed Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou.

The Communications Workers of America Local 1180 threw their support behind Rep. Mondaire Jones, a Hudson Valley representative who moved into the district this cycle.

Meanwhile, Assembly Member Jo Anne Simon and former Rep. Liz Holtzman hit the campaign trail.

Holtzman was outside the federal courthouse in lower Manhattan to unveil a 10-point plan to protect abortion rights, including installing a women’s healthcare czar.

Over the weekend, the Daily News editorial board and the National Organization for Women, or NOW, also endorsed Holtzman, who served as Brooklyn district attorney in the 1980s and city comptroller in the 1990s after serving in Congress from 1973 to 1981

And earlier Monday, Simon was in Chinatown alongside Spanish- and Mandarin-speaking home care workers, calling for fairer work conditions and touting her record of fighting for workers’ rights.

Federal campaign financing filings reviewed by NY1 show that over the weekend, Simon put $270,000 of her own money toward her congressional bid.

The self-financing paled in comparison to Dan Goldman, who served as House Democrats’ lead counsel in Donald Trump’s first impeachment.

Goldman, also an heir to the Levi Strauss empire, put $1 million of his fortune into his NY-10 campaign.

On Wednesday on NY1 at 7 p.m., six candidates running in the race for New York's 10th Congressional Debate will participate in a debate, including Carlina Rivera, Elizabeth Holtzman, Dan Goldman, Yuh-Line Niou, Mondaire Jones, and Jo Anne Simon.