Will Pence Release Taxes?
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From the LeftMike Pence May Break With Donald Trump, Again, Over Tax Returns
Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, the Republican vice-presidential nominee, suggested Saturday that he might release his tax returns before Election Day, even as his running mate has shown no inclination of doing the same.
Breaking with campaign custom, the Republican presidential nominee, Donald J. Trump, has refused to release his returns. On Friday, the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, and her running mate, Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, made public their own 2015 returns, while pointedly noting that Mr. Trump had not.
From the RightWatch: Pence silent on releasing tax returns
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence was asked repeatedly by reporters Saturday if he will be releasing his tax returns.
The Indiana governor repeatedly ignored the multiple questions from reporters about whether he will release his tax returns.
Pence is seen at a Columbia, Ind., farmers market in a Twitter video by New York
From the RightPence Vows to Release Taxes by Election Day: 'A Quick Read'
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence said Saturday that he would release his taxes before Election Day in November.
"I promise you, when my forms are filed and when my tax returns are released, it’s going to be a quick read," Pence told "Election Central with Rita Cosby" on WABC Radio in New York. "The Pences have not become more wealthy as a result of 16 years in public service.