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Carl Cameron from Fox News is reporting that Mitt Romney will name his Vice Presidential nominee at 9:15am eastern time in Norfolk on Saturday morning (8/11). Romney will begin a swing state barn storming tour on Saturday and clearly the kickoff will include the new ticket as a complete package beginning in Virginia and moving into the Midwest.

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Carl Cameron is Reporting Tonight That Mitt Romney Will Announce His Running Mate at 9AM ET Saturday in Norfolk, Va.

Cameron speculates that many signs point to Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin. National Review is semi-corroborating that with a story about a charter flight from Boston to Janesville, Wisconsin, the hometown of Congressman Ryan. Again, that is purely speculative, there is no concrete information about who the choice will be.

More from the Weekly Standard:

Boston, MA – On Saturday, Mitt Romney will begin his “The Romney Plan For A Stronger Middle Class” bus tour by announcing his choice for Vice Presidential candidate in Norfolk, Virginia. The following events are open to the press. Please note that the tour of the USS Wisconsin and Homemades by Suzanne drop by are pool coverage.

More from the Associated Press:

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney’s campaign says the presumed Republican presidential nominee will announce his running mate Saturday morning in Norfolk, Va.

In a statement issued Friday night, the Romney campaign said the running mate would be revealed at 9 a.m. EDT at the Nauticus Museum. Romney is kicking off a four-day bus tour through swing states.

Update

Time updated to 9:15am from a Romney campaign email.

Update

Numerous sources including NBC News and the Associated Press are reporting Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan will be announced as Romney’s vice presidential nominee Saturday morning.

Updates coming as they’re available…

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