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Paul Ryan To Visit Huntsville

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Republican Candidate for the Vice-Presidency of the United States Congressman Paul Ryan from Wisconsin will be in Huntsville Alabama on Friday to raise money for the 2012 Presidential election which has already broken all spending and fundraising records.

VP Candidate Paul Ryan will be at the Von Braun Center, 700 Monroe Street SW, Huntsville, AL on Friday, October 26th at 11:30 AM.

VP Candidate Paul Ryan said in a written statement, “The reality is this: we can do better than this. We can get people back to work.  We can get people back out of poverty back in the middle class. We can create jobs….We have a leader with a plan to create jobs. We have a leader who is a proven job creator. At a time when we have a jobs crisis in America wouldn’t it be nice to have a job creator in the White House? Ladies and gentlemen, we don’t have to wait for four more years of the same.”

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said in a written statement, “With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, the momentum continues to grow for the Romney-Ryan ticket and a new direction for the country.  Our impressive, unprecedented fundraising throughout the year is a testament to the enthusiasm for our cause. With $67.6 million in the bank, we have the resources to effectively make the closing arguments in this race while also turning out voters to ensure Gov. Romney and Republican candidates are victorious on November 6th.

Priebus continued, “This money will continue funding our Victory operation across the battleground states, our absentee and early vote efforts, and our Election Day GOTV operation. We continue to run highly effective ads through our independent expenditure committee and in conjunction with the Romney campaign.”

Priebus said, “Our resources have allowed us to go beyond funding the ground game and add additional resources to our broadcast advertising. The numbers reported today do not include the additional $3.7 million spent in advertising on Ohio television by our independent expenditure. Yesterday, I authorized another $1.3 million to be spent on additional ads in Wisconsin. The RNC has now spent in excess of $60 million in advertising in support of the GOP team.”

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Priebus finished, “Americans cannot afford a second term of Barack Obama because we cannot afford four more years like the last four. That’s why the RNC has seen such an outpouring of support from grassroots and major donors alike–and it’s why America will send Mitt Romney to the White House.”

Prominent Alabama GOP fundraiser Kate Anderson is organizing the event.  According to reporting by According the conservative blog Yellow Hammer politics, Anderson’s recent clients reportedly include: Judge David Standridge (R) running in the Special Election for House District 34, Mack Butler (R) running in the Special Election for House District 30, Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh (R) running for PSC President, Mitt Romney (R), the Senate Republican Caucus, and the House Republican Caucus.

To have a picture taken with Paul Ryan will cost $5000.  To attend the general reception tickets are selling for $1000.  For a $25,000 donation or by raising $50,000 in contributions you can participate in a roundtable discussion with the VP candidate.  For more information call the Alabama Republican Party or Kate Anderson LLC.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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