Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan will reportedly make a campaign stop in Colorado Springs on Thursday, the last day of the Democratic National Convention.
A press release from the Mitt Romney campaign announced that Ryan "and the Republican Team" will host a victory rally at WestPac Restorations, an aviation maintenance facility located at the Colorado Springs Airport. Tickets for the morning event are being distributed through the campaign.
Ryan is becoming a regular to Colorado since he was added to the Romney ticket. Ryan was just in town just last month when he focused largely on economic issues at Lakewood High School, telling the crowd that a Romney administration could add 12 million jobs in four years and promised that at least some of those jobs would be created in a quest for American energy independence.
Ryan also recently made his first fundraising stop as the vice presidential running mate at a private dinner in the affluent Cherry Creek suburb of Denver in August. Just days before he was announced as Romney's running mate, Ryan also reportedly took his family on a camping vacation in Colorado.
The news of Ryan's upcoming appearance comes after the Monday release of a survey by Public Policy Polling that shows President Barack Obama with a three-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Colorado.