COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has announced plans for a round table discussion at a restaurant in Columbus.
The campaign of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says Ryan will hold the discussion Wednesday evening at Ristorante di Famiglia (rihs-toh-RAHN'-tay dee fah-MEEL'-ah) on the city's east side.
Earlier in the day Ryan told supporters in the Cleveland area that Romney followed up a strong first debate with another winning performance.
The Romney-Ryan ticket says its economic plan would grow jobs in the energy industry and through small businesses, helping to create 12 million jobs.
Obama spokeswoman Jessica Kershaw said Romney's plan would end up hurting the middle class and only benefit the wealthy through $5 trillion in tax cuts.