ATLANTA (AP) - Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will travel to metro Atlanta to raise money for Mitt Romney's campaign.
Ryan is scheduled to appear Oct. 24 at the Cobb Energy Centre.
Attending won't be cheap. Republican supporters will have to pay $500 per person to attend a general reception. People who donate or raise $10,000 for the Romney campaign get access to a photo session. Getting into a round table discussion requires a $25,000 donation per couple.
Ryan does not have any other public appearances scheduled during the trip to Atlanta.
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