Democratic attorney general candidate Letitia James on Friday released five years’ of her tax returns and challenged her Democratic opponents in the upcoming Sept. 13 primary to do the same.

“New Yorkers deserve to know how and where candidates’ money comes from — that was true during the Presidential election, and it’s true in this Attorney General race,” James said in a statement. “As New Yorkers go to the polls to elect an Attorney General who will stand up to the Trump Administration and defend them from bad actors, transparency has never been more important. Every candidate running for Attorney General should release five years of tax returns.”

James reported earning about $170,000 in income, including money from rental properties she owns. She has served as the New York City public advocate since taking office in 2014.

Her full tax returns can be found here.

The release of the tax returns comes as Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul has pushed her Democratic primary rival Jumaane Williams to release more than a year of tax information as well as a precursor to agreeing to a debate.

James faces Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Leecia Eve and Zephyr Teachout in next month’s Democratic primary. The winner faces presumptive Republican nominee Keith Wofford.