Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst is laying out his finances for all to see. The U.S. Senate candidate made his tax returns public, Friday.

In a statement released today, Dewhurst’s campaign said he expected his Adjusted Gross Income to come in just over the $5 million mark.

According to the returns, Dewhurst lost nearly $1.5 million in 2009 and then earned a little more than $1 million in 2010. The disclosure also shows that Dewhurst and his wife made $4 million in charitable contributions over the last three years.

Dewhurst is currently the frontrunner to replace retiring Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison. He released his financial statements one day after his opponent, Craig James, released his.

The former ESPN analyst and SMU running back posted his returns for the last five years on his website. According to the documents, he’s worth just over $9.1 million.

Former Solicitor General Ted Cruz and former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert both told Capital Tonight that they plan to release their returns, as well.