Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan held a town hall meeting at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., Monday. The Republican Presidential Candidate and his running mate were last together on Sunday for a homecoming rally in Rep. Ryan's home district in Wisconsin.
According to news reports, the original announcement of the Vice Presidential candidate was supposed to take place at an event on Friday, August 10, in New Hampshire, but Ryan decided to attend the memorial service for those killed at the Sihk temple shooting in Wisconsin.
It marks Mitt Romney’s 100th town hall since he began running for president. His first one was back in June 2011 at UNH-Manchester.
Recent polls in New Hampshire show a statistical tie between Romney and President Obama. President Obama held two events in the state on Saturday.