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.

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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