Saturday, May 25, 2013
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) --Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan is spending time this week in deeply conservative states that he and White House hopeful Mitt Romney are almost certain to win.
He is set to pick up campaign donations today in South Carolina and Alabama.
Campaign aides say such trips are necessary because of the costs of running for the White House. Ryan explains that the last-minute push for cash is necessary to break through ``the clutter'' of negative ads flooding televisions in states that are up for grabs.
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