Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence released his financial disclosure forms, showing modest income and means, especially compared to billionaire ticket-mate Donald Trump.Pence and his wife, Karen, receive nearly all&nbsp;their income from Pence&rsquo;s $173,860 salary as governor of Indiana, according to the Federal Elections Commission document that was filed Thursday. Karen Pence&nbsp;earns less than $1,001 in each of her jobs, as a self-employed artist and with her company that makes charms allowing people to identify their beach towels.The forms allow filers to report broad ranges in their assets and liabilities.Pence reported a state pension worth between $500,001 and $1 million, and two other state retirement accounts worth up to $30,000. The couple also has a bank account worth up to $15,000 and two college-savings accounts worth up to $30,000 combined.Their only liabilities come courtesy of their three daughters &ndash; college loans worth up to $280,000.&ldquo;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,&rdquo; Pence said in a statement.Trump, who claims to be worth more than $10 billion, filed a financial disclosure this year that showed that he has assets worth at least $1.5 billion. The report showed he also has&nbsp;at least $61 million in stocks and bonds, income of least $615 million over the filing period and at least $315 million in liabilities.The businessman&nbsp;turned&nbsp;reality television star&rsquo;s finances would be clearer if he released his tax returns, but he has declined to do so, saying he is in the midst of an audit. Democrats have hammered Trump over the move, arguing that he has something to hide about his finances, overseas ties, taxation rate or charitable giving.Pence is expected to release his tax returns later this year.