The Washington Post reports on how Wisconsin law will handle Rep. Paul Ryan's (R) selection as Mitt Romney's running mate back in Ryan's home district. He will appear on the ballot twice, in accordance with state statute:
Ryan would appear on the ballot as both a candidate for the House and for vice president. If the Romney-Ryan presidential ticket is not successful, but he wins his congressional race, Ryan can keep his seat. If the national ticket wins the White House and Ryan holds his House seat, a special election would be held to replace him in the House.