GREENWICH — New Haven Mayor Toni Harp was among the local politicians throwing their support behind Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

According to a story published Sunday in the Hartford Courant stated that Harris made her first fundraising trip to Connecticut Sunday, and attended a reception hosted by Dita Bhargava of Greenwich. Bhargava ran for state treasurer in 2018. The Courant reported that the event was expected to raise roughly $110,000 for Harris.

At the event, Harris also picked up endorsements from Connecticut Democrats, including not just Harp — who lost a primary in New Haven last week — but also state Reps. Quinton Phipps of Middletown and Anne Hughes of Easton. U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes already announced in July that she was supporting Harris for president.

At that time, Hayes was the first member of Connecticut’s Congressional delegation to endorse a candidate for president.

According to an advance of the Greenwich event that ran in the CT Mirror on Sunday, Harris, the junior U.S. senator from California, is on a post-debate fundraising tour and has no public events scheduled in Connecticut.