It’s primary day in Wisconsin on Tuesday.
U.S. House Speaker, and Janesville resident, Paul Ryan, toured his district in one final push for votes ahead of the election. Monday, he made a stop at a manufacturing company in Racine.
Ryan’s re-election bid comes just days after settling a dispute with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. Trump finally endorsed Ryan last week.
Ryan said he’s put his reservations about Trump behind him, and is focused on doing the job voters elected him to do.
“America wants to do better, American can do better and so it’s not enough for those of us who you elect to go criticize and complain,” said Ryan on Monday. “We’re going to throw solutions on the table. We actually have to go out and say ‘here’s what we’re going to do better.'”
Ryan faces businessman Paul Nehlen in Tuesday’s primary. The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.