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Paul Ryan Attends Fundraiser at Safeway CEO's home, Will Visit Danville Home Saturday Morning for Another One

Steven Burd hosted the Republican vice presidential nominee at his home. Tomorrow Ryan will be at a breakfast at the home of former San Francisco 49er Brent Jones.

Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan will stop by the Danville home of a former San Francisco 49er for a fundraiser on Saturday morning.

The San Jose Mercury News reports Ryan will be attend the breakfast fundraiser at the home of retired football player Brent Jones.

The breakfast begins at 8:15 a.m.

Tickets start at $1,000 with "Club Mitt" members asked to pay $5,000. A $10,000 donation allows the donor to attend a photo session with the Wisconsin congressman, the Mercury News reported.

Reporters will not be allowed into the event, but Patch will be outside the house and will provide live updates.

Earlier tonight Ryan was at a fundraiser at the Alamo home of Steven Burd, the Chief Executive Officer of Safeway Inc., the Pleasanton-based grocery store chain. 

Paula Miller September 10, 2012 at 02:34 AM
@Joseph, Please tell us what foreign policy experience Obama had when he ran for President? As a matter of fact, what foreign policy did Clinton have when he ran? What experience did Obama have in any field when he ran in 2008? I will go with a successful businessman any day!
James September 10, 2012 at 06:37 PM
Paul Ryan tells the truth about the state of our debt and how serious it is. You Democrates only solution to any problem is raising taxes and spend into oblivion.
octavio September 10, 2012 at 08:13 PM
That social security freeloader was in town?, damn it. They let anybody in......
Voter with an ID September 10, 2012 at 09:58 PM
As long as Safeway continues to subsidize union labor (and by extension, dems) you won't hear much complaining.
Voter with an ID September 10, 2012 at 09:59 PM
you're proof of that, no doubt. That obama for amnesty.....

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