Dover, NH (CNN) -- With all the hours at the microphone the candidates are logging heading up to the November 6th election, they are bound to have a few blunders.
At a town hall meeting in Dover, New Hampshire Tuesday, Paul Ryan found himself a bit tongue-tied.
"By going after the root causes of poverty and trying to break the cycle of poverty you need economic growth, you need job creation, you need higher take home pay. That's what the RYAN-ROMNEY, the ROM - excuse me - the Romney-RYAN -R-R rolls off your tongues. Mitt and I talk about this stuff a lot. That's what the RY - the ROMNEY-RYAN plan for a stronger middle class is all about," said Ryan.
Ryan pulled it together and got back to his talking-points.
A Romney-Ryan supporter also stood up during the campaign and praised Ryan, referring to him as "Saint Paul".
Ryan has a jam-packed schedule Tuesday, leaving New Hampshire for a rally in Virginia, then heading to North Carolina.