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Paul Ryan visits Boston on fundraising swing

Paul Ryan, the 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee, is making multiple fundraising stops in Boston on Wednesday, a day after visiting New Hampshire.

The Wisconsin Republican was also planning to drop by the Newbury Street offices of Solamere Capital, the investment firm where Ryan’s running mate, Mitt Romney, and some of his top advisers work, said a person familiar with the plans.

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Ryan headlined a morning fundraiser at the Taj Boston, attended a business roundtable with Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker, and was planning to attend a fundraiser hosted by Republican lobbyist and fundraiser David Tamasi.

Ryan on Tuesday headlined a fundraiser in Manchester, New Hampshire for Frank Guinta, a Granite State Republican trying to retake the seat he lost two years ago. He said he would not begin an earnest consideration of a potential 2016 bid until after Congress breaks this year, the Associated Press reported.

Jim O’Sullivan can be reached at Jim.OSullivan@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter at @JOSreports.
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