HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Republican vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan returned to Virginia.
Ryan attended a rally at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds in Harrisonburg on Friday, then headed to Roanoke for a private fundraiser.
The Wisconsin congressman has made several stops in Virginia since he was announced as Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's running mate in the state last month. He spoke in Richmond two weeks ago in his first rally following the Republican National Convention.
Romney is deadlocked with President Barack Obama in Virginia. While Obama is stronger in the northern suburbs of Washington, D.C., Romney is favored in the south and rural areas.
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