(CNN) - GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan was in California on Saturday, but managed to talk with supporters in not one but four battleground states.
He participated in an online video chat with people who his campaign said were at “victory centers” - or GOP campaign offices - in the battlegrounds of Florida, Nevada, Virginia, and Wisconsin, Ryan’s home state.
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As Ryan spoke, his running mate Mitt Romney was rallying voters in Virginia, and earlier Saturday, President Barack Obama was campaigning in Florida.
Those two states were represented in Ryan's chat, which was conducted using Google's social networking site, Google+. The Romney-Ryan campaign said he joined from Google's offices in Mountain View, California.
Ryan is to be in Oregon on Saturday for his first all-day session preparing for the October vice presidential debate.
- CNN's Gregory Wallace and Shawna Shepherd contributed to this report