House Speaker Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson speak on second night of RNC

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Two people from Wisconsin spoke in Cleveland on Tuesday night, July 19th -- the second day of the Republican National Convention -- Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson and House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson

Johnson targeted his Democratic opponent Russ Feingold from a national stage during his primetime speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Johnson's speech echoed a campaign ad he released earlier in the day that aims to portray Feingold as weak on national security.

Like in the ad, Johnson in his speech listed a series of attacks in recent weeks across the world and criticized Feingold's votes on security during his 18 years in the Senate. In his speech, Johnson also lumped presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in with Feingold, saying "the world is simply too dangerous to elect either of them."

"He's asking Wisconsinites to give him a fourth term -- just as Hillary Clinton is asking America to give her Obama's third term. The world is simply too dangerous to elect either of them," Johnson said.

The speech had little focus on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, who Johnson has said he supports but does not endorse.

House Speaker Paul Ryan was the one who made Donald Trump's presidential nomination official Tuesday. Trump got 1,725 votes -- nearly 500 more than needed.

House Speaker Paul Ryan

Ryan said he'll be sharing the rostrum with "President Donald Trump" the next time there's a State of the Union address on Capitol Hill.

Ryan hesitated for a while before finally endorsing the businessman in June.

The Wisconsin lawmaker told the Republican National Convention that only by electing Trump and running mate Mike Pence does the country "have a chance at a better way."

He said Hillary Clinton represents a third term of what he's calling President Barack Obama's failed presidency.

'"Next time there`s a State of the Union address, I don`t know where Joe Biden and Barack Obama will be. But you`ll find me right there on the rostrum with Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump," Ryan said.