Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan addresses the GOP convention tonight.
The Romney campaign is looking for him to focus more on his immigrant family and small-town values than on policy. The hope is that Ryan will relate tonight to working-class voters.
Romney's convention speech is set for Thursday evening.
Meanwhile - even before Paul Ryan takes the stage at the Republican convention, President Barack Obama's campaign is seeking to cast the GOP running mate as "out of step" with American voters.
The Obama campaign has launching an online video targeting Ryan as a politician from a "bygone era." The video criticizes Ryan for being the architect of a budget that would overhaul Medicare and for trying to defund Planned Parenthood.
Ryan, the Wisconsin congressman, is due to address the GOP convention today night. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will speak to delegates, and a prime-time audience across the country, on Thursday.
Obama is traveling today to Charlottesville, Va., the last stop on his two-day trip to counter the GOP convention message and appeal to younger voters in college towns. (AP)
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