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Rand Paul Bus Tour Makes Way Through Western Kentucky

Bus Tour Day Three:

The first stop this was in Leitchfield, for breakfast at Farmers Feedmill Restaurant. Dr. Paul was joined by Congressman Brett Guthrie, State Senate President David Williams, along with other local Republican candidates.

The second stop of the day was in Hartford at Cowboy’s restaurant, where Dr. Paul and the group was joined by State Senate candidate Paul Estep, local Republican candidate Jack Whitfield, long-time local GOP activist Terry Miller, and others.

At the next stop Dr. Paul sat down for lunch with a large crowd at Dee’s BBQ in Owensboro along with Congressmen Ed Whitfield and Brett Guthrie, State Senate candidate Joe Bowen, and State Senate President David Williams.

From there the tour made a stop in Henderson, where a standing-room-only crowd listened to Dr. Paul hammer away at the issues that are at the heart of his candidacy: balancing the national budget by law, fighting Cap and Trade, working to repeal Obamacare.

Madisonville  was the fourth stop of the day where Dr. Paul spoke to a group of over fifty people at Country Cupboard restaurant.

See article on the stop here: Rand Paul and Ed Whitfield Tour Stops in Madisonville

From there the tour stopped in Princeton. Paul spoke outside to yet another large enthusiastic crowd of  supporters.

The last stop of the day was in Paducah. Dr. Paul gave the headlining speech at a rally in advance of the U.S. senatorial debate hosted by the Paducah Chamber of Congress. The rally was held at the downtown gazebo by the river, where Dr. Paul spoke to a crowd was estimated to be nearly two-hundred people.