Some potential jurors have been dropped because of the trial delay, but lawyers and the judge are still aiming to have opening statements Tuesday.
Fumo is accused of using $3.5 million in funds from the Senate, a maritime museum and a nonprofit to fund a lavish lifestyle and potent political machine. He and former aide Ruth Arnao are charged with obstruction, fraud, tax and conspiracy counts. They have pleaded not guilty.
Fumo announced in March he would not seek re-election because of his legal problems.