(Harrisburg, Pa.) Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, is reporting just over $10 million on hand in his campaign account for the Democratic nomination for Governor ahead of next year’s election. Shapiro’s disclosures come three months before the Jan. 31 deadline for gubernatorial campaigns to report year-end finances. The most a gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania has carried into an election year was $12.5 million by Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell in 2006. Shapiro formally declared his candidacy last week. The field of Republicans running for governor is double-digits deep. Shapiro’s campaign didn’t identify its donors, but other political action committee reports reveal that labor unions are the source of over $2 million.