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'''Paul D. Ryan, Jr.''' (born January 29, 1970) is a U.S. Representative for [[Wisconsin]]'s 1st Congressional District. He is member of the [[Republican Party]] and chairman of the House Budget Committee.
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'''Paul D. Ryan, Jr.''' (born January 29, 1970) is the [[Republican]] nominee for [[Vice President]] in 2012, as selected by [[Mitt Romney]] on August 11.  He is also a U.S. Representative for [[Wisconsin]]'s 1st Congressional District, and the chairman of the House Budget Committee.
  
His background was as a congressional staffer, and many of his proposals are not particularly [[conservative]].  Perhaps for those reasons, he is favored by the Republican establishment.
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His background was as a congressional staffer, and he tends to favor big government, not particularly [[conservative]] solutions to economic issues.  Perhaps for those reasons, he is favored by the Republican establishment.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:17, 11 August 2012

Paul Ryan
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U.S. Representative from Wisconsin's 1st District
From: January 3, 1999-present
Predecessor Mark Neumann
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
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Party Republican
Spouse(s) Janna Ryan
Religion Roman Catholic

Paul D. Ryan, Jr. (born January 29, 1970) is the Republican nominee for Vice President in 2012, as selected by Mitt Romney on August 11. He is also a U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District, and the chairman of the House Budget Committee.

His background was as a congressional staffer, and he tends to favor big government, not particularly conservative solutions to economic issues. Perhaps for those reasons, he is favored by the Republican establishment.

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