Gov. Pence files federal financial disclosure forms, will release tax returns in ‘near future’

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Gov. Mike Pence filed his federal financial disclosure forms Thursday, as is required by the Federal Election Commission.

The Republican nominee for vice president listed his major source of income his role as governor. His salary is listed at $173,860.

Also listed on the form is his wife Karen Pence’s business, That’s My Towel Charm, Inc. The value was listed at none or less than $1,001.

The forms include a bank accounts listed at no more than $15,000 and two education savings plans.

An email from the Trump/Pence 2016 campaign said Pence will release his tax returns “in the near future.”

Click here to see the full disclosure filing.

Gov. Pence issued the following statement:

“Our family has been honored to serve our state and nation. Like many American families, we have been fortunate and blessed to raise three wonderful children and put them through college while doing work that we love.”

Gov, Pence’s press secretary Marc Lotter issued this statement:

“As Americans can clearly see, the Pence family has not enriched themselves from their public service, which stands in stark contrast to Bill and Hillary Clinton who traded their public service for tens of millions of dollars in paid speeches, pay-to-play activities, and schemes involving their foundation that led to calls by the FBI for an investigation.”