Ryan Wins Reelection in WI

    This photo taken Oct. 31, 2012 shows Republican vice presidential candidate, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis. gestures while speaking during a campaign event in Eau Claire, Wis. As his Congressional opponent Rob Zerban spent his morning on his hands and knees scrubbing a toilet in a homeless shelter. Half a country away, Ryan stood under a spotlight in Virginia talking about why he should be the next vice president. So it goes in Zerban’s longshot bid to seize the House seat Ryan has held for 14 years. While the Republican vice presidential hopeful has jetted around the country touting Mitt Romney, the Kenosha Democrat has been getting his hands dirty in southern Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

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    So much for allegiance. Barack Obama has taken Michigan, and Wisconsinmeaning the president won both Mitt Romney’s and Paul Ryan's home states. In case tonight doesn't work out, it looks like Ryan's plan B is still in place. The VP candidate won his House seat back once again Wisconsin. A slew of other states were also called after the wave of polls that closed at 9 p.m.—Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming were all projected for Romney. In addition to Michigan, Obama is projected to take New York and New Jersey.

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