Paul Ryan will be in Portland on Monday

Paul Ryan will be in Portland on Monday
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and Republican vice presidential nominee, Rep. Paul Ryan, left, wave following Romney's speech during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported that Mitt Romney was scheduled to attend the fundraiser.

We reported that information based on an invitation from the Clark County Republican Party stating Romney would attend, however a campaign spokeswoman confirms only Paul Ryan will be in Portland.

We sincerely regret the mistake.

PORTLAND, Ore. – Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan will attend a fundraiser in Portland on Monday.

According to an invitation sent out by the Clark County Republican Party, Ryan will hold the fundraiser at the Governor Hotel in Portland.

Tickets to the event aren’t cheap. They start at $1,000 for basic admission to the “general event” and top out at $25,000 for a private dinner with the candidates.

According to the invitation, $2,500 will get you a VIP photo and $10,000 will get you access to a “technology innovator roundtable.”

Donors paid a similar amount to see Barack Obama at the Oregon Convention Center in July.

The Romney campaign has not released any more details about the event, including if journalists will be allowed to attend. Reporters have not been allowed into Mitt Romney's previous fundraising stops in Portland.

Ryan spent Wednesday campaigning in Iowa, where he kept up his running criticism of the Democrats. He predicted Bill Clinton and the Democrats would offer "a great rendition of how good things were in the 1990s. But we're not going to hear much about how things have been in the last four years."

Romney has kept a relatively low profile this week. He is in Vermont preparing for the fall debates.

Clinton is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night. Obama will accept the presidential nomination and address the crowd on Thursday evening.

Read more: Full convention coverage from KATU Politics