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The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Mitt Romney's running mate, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, will be in Utah on Sept. 5 for his first fundraising visit to the state since joining the GOP ticket, The Salt Lake Tribune
Romney's VP pick Paul Ryan lives in a fantasy world Posted: 08/24/2012 08:40:55 AM PDT Updated: 08/24/2012 08:40:56 AM PDT So far, most of the discussion of Paul Ryan, the presumptive Republican nominee for vice president, has focused on his
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney found a running mate wealthier than most of us. Although not nearly as rich as Romney, Rep. Paul Ryan has a net worth of about $4.5 million and earned at least $344,000 last year, putting him in the top 5
His fascination with the Russian-born novelist Ayn Rand could spell trouble for the GOP's new vice-presidential candidate. It could put him at odds with the Christian right and the Roman Catholic Church. It all depends how much you believe that he is
Updated 5 hours ago Text size B ay State business leaders told the Herald yesterday they didn't know much about Mitt Romney 's running mate Paul Ryan yet, but they look forward to hearing more about what the Wisconsin pol and the GOP ticket would do
FoxNews.com Though Democrats are hammering Paul Ryan as the bringer of Medicare's doom, the Republican vice presidential candidate is far more popular among seniors than he's given credit for. Same goes for women. And independents. Surveys
Ill. (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'-nur) is comparing Republican Mitt Romney's choice of a running mate to John Kennedy, the Massachusetts Democrat who won the White House in 1960. The Ohio Republican says Wisconsin Rep.
EDT, Sun August 12, 2012 Alex Castellanos says Romney didn't pick a running mate to help him make the political "sale" but a vice president to help him fix the economy. updated 11:13 AM EDT, Sun August 12, 2012 Donna Brazile says Mitt Romney is now
Romney gave his VP pick an accidental promotion when he introduced Paul Ryan as the next president of United States. He quickly corrected himself, calling him the next “Vice President”. So while the sources telling us
Mitt Romney's pick of Rep. Paul Ryan for the Republican presidential ticket brings clarity to the stark election-year choice for voters — the competing Democratic and GOP visions about the size and role of the federal government in Americans' lives.