Campaign 2012: The Veepstakes

UNDATED (WIFR) -- A new poll suggests Mitt Romney may want to look towards the Dairy State when selecting a running mate.

Public Policy Polling conducted multiple surveys involving three dozen potential Republican Vice Presidential candidates. And it found that Janesville Congressman Paul Ryan would improve Mitt Romney's chances of winning the VP's home state more than any other potential candidate. Without out the Ryan as a running mate, President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by 6 points in Wisconsin, but with Ryan as the Vice Presidential Candidate that lead is down to just one point.


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