U.S. Senate candidate Ted Cruz released a summary of his tax returns over the past five years, tonight. The disclosure came a few hours after Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst made his financial records public.

The Cruz campaign tells Capital Tonight that the former Solicitor General’s Adjusted Gross Income was roughly $5.1 between 2006 and 2010. According to the summary, Cruz’s tax rate in 2010 was 35%.

So far, Cruz and Lt. Gov. Dewhurst have been the only other U.S. Senate candidates to respond to a challenge issued by Craig James earlier this week. Former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert’s campaign told Capital Tonight earlier this week that he planned to disclose his returns, as well.

Here’s an updated summary of Cruz’s returns:

2006
Adjusted Gross Income: $347,716
Taxes Paid: $78,086
Effective Tax Rate: 22%

2007
Adjusted Gross Income: $395,494
Taxes Paid: $94,705
Effective Tax Rate: 24%

2008
Adjusted Gross Income: $780,198
Taxes Paid: $223,982
Effective Tax Rate: 29%

2009
Adjusted Gross Income: $1,500,487
Taxes Paid: $507,226
Effective Tax Rate: 34%

2010
Adjusted Gross Income: $2,040,840
Taxes Paid: $674,703
Effective Tax Rate: 33%