Arizona gubernatorial candidates don't have to release their campaign finance numbers until the end of the month, but numbers are starting to trickle out.

Republican gubernatorial hopeful and current Treasurer Doug Ducey put out a news release touting the fact that the campaign raised $1 million by the end of 2013. He was more than $900,000 of that still on hand.

Ducey is the only Republican to release his numbers at this point.

At least two Republican candidates for governor, local state Sen. Al Melvin, and current Secretary of State Ken Bennett are both running clean elections campaigns this year, meaning they get a fixed amount of public money by raising $5-donations.

The lone Democrat in the race, Fred Duval, has also released his fundraising haul.

On Twitter, Duval's campaign manager wrote the campaign brought in $800,000 by the close of last year, and has more than $550,000 in the bank.