Paul Ryan Fundraiser Bans Audio and Video Recording

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At a recent fundraising event held in Chicago with Republican vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan featured something very interesting! The welcoming sign was displayed alongside a very prominent sign banning all audio and video recording of the event. The sign was displayed despite the fact that the event was being covered by the press.

At a recent fundraising event held in Chicago with Republican vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan featured something very interesting! The welcoming sign was displayed alongside a very prominent sign banning all audio and video recording of the event. The sign was displayed despite the fact that the event was being covered by the press.

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It is not very difficult to guess why Republicans have developed a certain fear for all video and audio recording devices. Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign was hurt last month after the leak of a secretly recorded video of remarks he made during a fundraising event held back in May.

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The event that was held at the Hyatt Regency at O'Hare Airport had tickets with prices ranging between $2,500 and $75,800. VP nominee Paul Ryan was able to raise $2.5 million from the event.

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