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Campaigning Continues as a Two-On-Two Match
He’s young and hopes to energize the Republican party: Mitt Romney’s running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan. A GOP ticket back on the road today as President Obama and Vice President Biden also campaign.
FOX News Radio’s Jared Halpern reports from Washington:
Now describing the race as a two-on-two match, Mitt Romney and his new running mate split up today.
(Romney) This is a man who has real character, who loves America, who has passion for America.”
Romney spending the day in Florida, Paul Ryan is in Iowa, so is President Obama, kicking off a three day tour of the Hawkeye State.
(Obama) “We didn’t get amnesia, we remember trying what they’re selling and it didn’t work.”
Vice President Biden also in a swing state today, campaigning in North Carolina.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.