Former Dallas mayor Tom Leppert is the latest U.S Senate Candidate to release his tax returns.

Leppert released his financial statements for 2008, 2009 and 2010, today. According to a campaign release, Leppert took home $3,227,195 and donated about half a million dollars to charity over those three years. In 2010, he paid 21.62 percent in taxes.

Leppert also pointed out, Tuesday, that he "divested individual stock holdings as he assumed the position of Dallas mayor to avoid any possible appearance of financial impropriety or conflicts of interest in that role."

Last week, the other big name candidates released their returns after a challenge from former ESPN analyst and newcomer to the race, Craig James.

You can see Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst’s, here ; Ted Cruz’s here ; and Craig James’, here.