The 2014 campaign hasn’t officially kicked off, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign is already spending heavily on television ads.

The governor’s campaign finance report filed on Wednesday shows $503,507 was spent on advertising. The money spent on the ads is dated in July, and are most likely the often-seen spots highlighting Cuomo’s creation of the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption.

The investigative panel was formed after the Legislature and Cuomo failed to reach any agreements on ethics reform following a series of corruption investigations.

Earlier in the year, the state Democratic Party’s coffers were used to highlight Cuomo’s post-budget agenda. Records show the once-dormant soft money account spent $5.3 million on advertising last year.