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Rand will be in Louisville on Saturday morning to meet with the Kentucky Federation of College Republicans at the University of Louisville. At 1pm ET, he will meet with the Louisville Courier Journal editorial board for an endorsement interview. The interview is supposed to be available live on the internet.

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Rand Paul will speak to the Shelby County Republican party Thursday night, March 25, at 7pm ET. The meeting will be held at the Stratton Center, 215 Washington Street in Shelbyville.

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Dr. Rand Paul will be on Fox Business New’s: America’s Nightly Scorecard with David Asman tonight at 7:00 PM ET.

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Rand will host the “Rand Paul Take Back the House” Rally this Friday, March 12, at noon, at Rep. Ben Chandler’s Lexington office at 1010 Monarch Street.

Bring your friends and family and join Rand in the battle to return political power to the people.

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The Rally for the Republican event is still on!

Ice and snow will not stop the Rand Paul Campaign from spreading the message of Liberty to the people of Kentucky.

Remember to give yourself plenty of time for safe traveling.

Location: Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, South Wing Entrance B, Louisville, Ky Continue Reading

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Rand Paul will be joined by his father Dr. Ron Paul on Saturday January 30th in Louisville, Kentucky for a Rally! Special musical guest Aimee Allen (http://aimeeallen.com) will be making an appearance as well! The event starts at 4:00 PM (EST) and will be at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, South Wing Entrance B. 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY Admission for this event is only $25 for each adult but kids are free so bring the family! Continue Reading

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Dr. Rand Paul will attend a 1:00 PM EST Corbin Chamber of Commerce meeting at David’s Steakhouse off Exit 29 at I-75 and US 25E on Saturday, January 23rd. Continue Reading

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Dr. Rand Paul will be attending a Town Hall Meeting on January 23rd at 10:00AM EST at the Laurel County Courthouse in London, Kentucky in the downstairs Community Meeting Room .  The court house is located at 101 S Main Street London, KY 40741. Continue Reading

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Please join Rand Paul at the Kentucky Capitol as he officially files to run for the United States Senate representing Kentucky.

A press conference at the Republican Party of Kentucky headquarters will immediately follow the filing of papers. Continue Reading

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Congressman Ron Paul will be campaigning with Rand in Louisville on Saturday, January 30 at the Kentucky Fair & Expo Center.

Saturday, January 30
Kentucky Fair & Expo Center
South Hall
937 Phillips Lane
Louisville, KY 40209 Continue Reading

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Another busy weekend will see Dr. Paul coming to Hebron and California, Kentucky. If you’re in the neighborhood, drop by and meet him! There will be a number of events taking place on Saturday, December 5, 2009. Continue Reading

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Dr. Rand Paul will be hosting a town hall meeting in Pikeville to explain the danger Cap & Trade poses to Kentucky’s economy and to discuss free market solutions for protecting our jobs and restoring prosperity.

The event will begin at 6:00 P.M. December 1 at the Landmark Inn – Mark 5 meeting hall, 190 South Mayo Trail in Pikeville. Continue Reading

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The Bullitt Co. GOP is hosting Rand at the Paroquet Springs 395 Paroquet Springs Drive in Shepherdsville, KY 40165 on Tuesday December 8th from 6-8 p.m. Contact: Jose Cubero 502-727-9903 or Jose.Cubero@insightbb.com Admission is free. Continue Reading

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Monday December 14th at 6 p.m. CT Town Hall 125 E. White Oak St. Leitchfield, KY in the Old Judicial Bldg. Circuit Court Room. Contact: Aaron Witten 270-287-2603 or aaronwitten@gmail.com Continue Reading

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Dr. Rand Paul will speak to the Hardin County Republican Women’s Club in Elizabethtown on Tuesday, November 17th at 6 P.M. EST. The event is open to the public and will take place at Nolin RECC on 411 Ring Rd. in Elizabethtown. Continue Reading

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Dr. Paul will hear from concerned Kentuckians in Pikeville.

Location: Landmark Inn – Mark 5 meeting hall Address: 190 South Mayo Trail Pikeville, KY (directions below)
When: 6:00 pm – Tuesday, December 1, 2009
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Are you troubled by what’s going on in Washington regarding your healthcare? Rand Paul, the frontrunner in the 2010 U.S. Senate GOP Primary in Kentucky, wants to answer your questions about the current efforts to socialize medicine. As a constitutional conservative and an eye doctor, he will present a clear vision of the necessary solutions for healthcare today. Contrary to what the left says, Rand believes we need a fair and open market rather than more government bureaucracy.

Join us as we discuss healthcare and other issues on Tuesday, November 10, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. It will be held in the recital hall (Room 189) at Western Kentucky University’s Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center. This event is sponsored by the WKU Political Engagement Project. Find this event on Facebook and on Twitter.

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Dr. Rand Paul will take part in a forum w/ Lt. Gov Mongiardo at duPont Manual High School in Louisville. The event is being sponsored by the duPont Manual Teenage Republican Club. The event is on Thursday November 12 at 2:30 P.M. Continue Reading

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Come hear US Senate Candidate Dr. Rand Paul in person at Valley High School in Louisville Saturday November 7th from 10AM – 12PM EST. Dr. Paul will be discussing our health care system’s past, present, and possibilities for the the future. Continue Reading

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Dr. Rand Paul, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Bowling Green, will be in Lancaster at noon Saturday at the Garrard County Courthouse on the Public Square. Dr. Paul will be speaking on a host of issues including: health-care, the economy, and limited government. Continue Reading

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Dr. Paul will tour the coal mines and coal industry of Eastern Kentucky on Thursday, October 15. After the tour, Dr. Paul will have a Town Hall open to the public to discuss the pressing issues on the minds of concerned Kentuckians. Continue Reading