Kathy Hochul

Former Buffalo congresswoman Kathy Hochul smiles at the Democratic Party headquarters in Buffalo, N.Y. after her primary election win for New York lieutenant governor, Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. Hochul served a single term in the U.S. House and was working as a bank vice president when Gov. Andrew Cuomo tapped her to be his running mate.

ALBANY (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's running mate is set to release five years of tax returns.

Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Kathy Hochul plans to make the returns public Friday morning.

She's also calling on her Republican opponent, Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss, to do the same.

The main target of Hochul's request, however, is GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino.

Astorino has released his 2013 tax return and past financial disclosures that he files as Westchester County executive. But Cuomo's campaign has demanded the release of five years of tax returns, saying the county disclosures don't give enough detail about his outside employment with a national radio company.

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