Ron, Ryan discuss Republican momentum, Wisconsin ground game, importance of taking country in a new direction
In their first major joint political appearance of the 2016 election, Paul Ryan endorsed Ron Johnson for U.S. Senate as the two spoke to supporters in Burlington about Republican momentum, the strength of the nationally recognized Republican ground game in Wisconsin, and the importance of electing conservative leaders to help take our country in a new direction.
Paul Ryan said: “I’m all in for Ron Johnson and am proud to endorse him today. Ron is a friend, a colleague, and a fighter for all Wisconsinites. If we’re going to get our country back on track – by turning around this economy and strengthening our national security – we need Ron’s principled leadership and Wisconsin common sense in the Senate. We’re going to need everyone’s support, so let’s get to work.”
Ron Johnson said: “I am honored to have the support of Paul Ryan – a man of courage and integrity, and a true conservative leader whose ideas can help us turn our country around. The grassroots supporters joining us today are our most powerful weapon to elect conservative leadership to address the federal debt, get Washington out of the way of economic opportunity for all, and keep Wisconsin communities safe.”
- The rally with Paul Ryan occurred on the fourth day of Ron’s statewide campaign kickoff tour, at the Veteran’s Terrace in Burlington. It followed a morning of Ron discussing the real solutions he’s pushing to keep Wisconsin communities safe from threats facing our country, from Islamic terrorism to the heroin epidemic.
- Ron has been traveling across Wisconsin discussing how to improve our economic and national security. Since kicking off in Oshkosh on Monday, Ron has made stops in the Green Bay, Wausau, Rhinelander, Superior, Hudson, Eau Claire, and La Crosse areas.
- In addition to focusing on spending, jobs, and national security, Ron and Paul Ryan have worked together on a range of issues, including helping Wisconsin families bring their children back from the war-torn Congo.