As tradition dictates, vice presidential candidate Mike Pence has released his tax returns from the last 10 years. The Indiana governor and his wife earned $113,026 in 2015, most of which came from his job, CNN Money reports.
Pence paid $8,956 in federal income taxes, meaning he paid 8 percent in federal income taxes.
Meanwhile, Pence's running mate, Donald Trump, refuses to release his tax returns despite pressure mounting for him to do so. Pence again reiterated that Donald Trump would release his tax returns soon.
Some think Pence's taxes are pretty low given his fashion sense.
Trump campaign trolls everyone by releasing 10 years of Mike Pence's tax returns, because he's not, you know, trying to actually win.— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) September 9, 2016
Some jokingly think the timing of the release might be indicative of Trump's intentions