JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will be back in his hometown before he heads to the party's convention in Florida next week.
Campaign organizers have scheduled a "send-off" rally on Monday morning at Janesville Craig High School in Janesville. The campaign says tickets are available online and that those attending should be prepared to go through airport-type security checks.
Ryan is scheduled to speak at the convention in Tampa following former Secretary of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday night.
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CarolVincent | August 24 2012 6:23pm
why would any city, even the one he's from, want this hater of womens rights want anything to do with him? I wont sit and listen to someone who opens his mouth and lies, including rmoney
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