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In a rare show of bipartisan cooperation, Congress approved a sweeping federal overhaul of chemical safety laws this week. But one lawmaker not cheering is Kentucky’s junior senator, Rand Paul.

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Lexington Mayor Jim Gray says his Senate campaign has raised $1.75 million in the first quarter.

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Kentucky Republicans will now attend a presidential caucus without the intended guest of honor - Sen. Rand Paul.

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Pinning his chances on a solid ground game and a reservoir of untapped young voters missed by major polls, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul hoped to make a surprisingly strong showing in Monday night’s Iowa caucuses, but the final tallies left the libertarian favorite trailing the frontrunners by a wide margin.

Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul took to Twitter once again Wednesday for a round of Festivus-inspired tweets aimed at his rivals in the presidential race.

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Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul is predicting his showing in the early GOP presidential primaries will “shock people.” During a CNN interview Sunday the libertarian-inclined Republican brushed off suggestions that his campaign is on life support.

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Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul’s performance at Tuesday night’s GOP debate played to mixed reviews. The libertarian-leaning Republican called out a number of his rivals on immigration and foreign policy, but failed to gain much traction.

Paul Files For President, Re-Election In Kentucky

Nov 30, 2015
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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says filing his candidacy for re-election and for president does not undermine his faltering presidential campaign.

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In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, Kentucky U.S. Sen. and Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is once again finding himself at odds with much of the GOP establishment.

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A vote this Saturday by Kentucky GOP leaders could deliver a serious boost or blow to Sen. Rand Paul’s political fortunes.  The 340-member state Republican Party central committee will decide whether to grant the candidate a work-around allowing him to appear on the primary ballot twice.

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