In-depth Coverage: Romney picks Tea Party ‘hero’ Paul Ryan for GOP bid
Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan running for president, vice-president
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney announced Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate on Saturday.
Romney introduces Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate
Ryan, who appeared with Romney Saturday morning at the beginning of a four-day, four-state bus tour in Norfolk, Virginia, moved quickly to position himself and Romney as champions of voters dissatisfied with the economy. MORE>>>
Video: Romney picks Ryan
Watch Romney’s announcement in its entirety here.
Ryan by the Numbers
Romney’s choice of Ryan is considered by political observers to be a bold, risky move that could potentially change the dynamic of the Oval Office race. MORE>>>
Romney’s pick of Ryan energizes conservatives, opponents
Ryan is the architect of a Republican spending plan that would overhaul many entitlement programs, making him a favorite of conservatives, whose support for Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has been shaky. MORE>>>
Romney gives the hard right a symbolic win
Romney announces Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, a tea party hero, as his running mate Saturday. MORE>>>
Obama campaign defines Romney/Ryan ticket as “The Go Back Team”
The Obama campaign released a web video following Mitt Romney’s announcement of his running mate in Virginia Saturday morning seeking to define the newly formed pair as toxic for the middle class. MORE>>>
Obama’s senior campaign adviser: Ryan a ‘right wing ideologue’
A day after Mitt Romney named Rep. Paul Ryan his running mate, the Democratic attack line on the newly minted Republican ticket centered on Ryan’s budget proposal and his conservative stance on social issues. MORE>>>
Personhood a sticky issue for GOP candidates in Colorado
With supporters of Colorado’s “Personhood” Amendment turning what appear to be enough signatures to get the controversial abortion ban on November’s ballot, Democrats are wasting little time highlighting Republicans who have supported the measure in the past. MORE>>>
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