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Ryan: Vote GOP, Don't Give Clinton 'a Blank Check'

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By    |   Sunday, 06 Nov 2016 09:39 AM

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., might have been at odds with Donald Trump's presidential campaign at varying times during the race, but he calls for a unified Republican party vote on Election Day with a missive written for CNN.com, posted Sunday. 

"We have a historic chance to save our country from decline and put it back on the right track," Ryan wrote. "Now we have to act on it."

Ryan mentioned Hillary Clinton five times before he concluded with a call to vote Trump and all of the down-ballot Republican candidates.

"So go to better.gop and take a look at what a unified Republican government can get you," Ryan wrote. "And then vote Republican — Donald Trump, our Senate candidates and our House candidates — so we can start turning things around. If Republicans do not turn out — if we sit this one out — we will open the door not just to Hillary Clinton but also a Democratic Congress eager to give her a blank check.

"That's what we get if we don't win: more scandal, and more of the same.

"Choose a better way. Vote Republican."

Ryan's six-point plan, called "A Better Way," was summarized as:

1. "Fight poverty," tying welfare to work.
2. "Securing the border," rebuilding our military.
3. "Grow the economy," developing our energy resources.
4. "Restore the Constitution."
5. "Repeal Obamacare," replacing it with patient-centered solutions.
6. "Fix our tax code," making it more fair and simple.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., might have been at odds with Donald Trump's presidential campaign at varying times during the race, but he calls for a unified Republican party vote on Election Day with a missive written for CNN.com, posted Sunday.
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