11 News Interviews Paul Ryan In Colorado Springs

By: Olivia Deas Email
By: Olivia Deas Email
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11 News anchor Don Ward had an opportunity Wednesday evening to do a one-on-one interview with Paul Ryan. You can see the full, unedited interview by clicking "play" on the video player.

Hundreds of Mitt Romney supporters showed up Wednesday at the America the Beautiful Park to hear Republican running mate Paul Ryan speak.

Many people who attended said they were sure they were voting for Romney and Ryan, but some were still undecided and eager to hear the vice presidential hopeful speak.

“I was extremely undecided in the last election, but I think I’ve made up my mind in this one,” said one supporter.

Ryan focused his speech mainly on job growth in Colorado, saying if the president were re-elected, we could see unemployment numbers rise significantly.

He also quoted the president on his interview with Univision last week.

“Obama told them, ‘you can't change Washington from the inside’…isn’t that why you’re in office? If you can't change Washington, we need to change presidents!”

Ryan also cited Romney’s five step plan, saying these steps will make a better America.

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