A couple of things were
different at 9:45 a.m. Mass at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in
Janesville on Sunday. Rep. Paul D. Ryan, a fixture in the center pews
when he's not in Washington or on a national news show, was missing. And
reporters were crawling around outside wanting to talk about why.
Ryan was in Charlotte,
N.C., waking up as the new Republican candidate for vice president. The
42-year-old, seven-term congressman still made it to a Mass before
hitting the campaign trail with running mate Mitt Romney.
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