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Wow, Paul Ryan Pretending to Honor Labor Day...The Town Protested Him In A Very Big Way! [View all]

Paul Ryan Lost His Home Town

Posted on 11/10/2012 at 3:30 pm by JM Ashby


Not only did Paul Ryan lose his home town of Janesville, Wisconsin in a battle against Democratic challenger Rob Zerban, the Romney-Ryan ticket was annihilated.

via Political Wire


Even though Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) won re-election at the same time he was on the national ticket, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel notes he was crushed in his hometown of Janesville, WI by challenger Rob Zerban (D), 55% to 44%. Ryan had never lost Janesville in a re-election campaign before.

In addition, the Obama-Biden ticket defeated Romney-Ryan ticket in Janesville by a whopping 25 points, 62% to 37%.

Remember when Paul Ryan was going to swoop in and bring substance to the campaign trail? He was suppose to be the “bold” choice.

Good times.

As a bonus, here’s Mister Substance pretending to honor Labor Day last year

Janesville is no fan of Ryan.
http://bobcesca.com/blog-archives/2012/11/paul-ryan-lost-his-home-town.html

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