GOP chairman says Rand Paul hasn't had to change since primary
10/15/2010 07:26 PM
Republican Party of Kentucky chairman Steve Robertson said U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul hasn’t tempered his positions since winning the primary despite appearing at a fundraiser in Washington similar to one he criticized primary opponent Trey Grayson for attending.
Robertson also said the party could show as much as “seven figures” when its September figures are reported later this month. And he said much of that will be spent to help state legislative candidates.
He agreed with Democratic Party chairman Daniel Logsdon, who was on the program Thursday, that there are only a handful of highly competitive state House races.
And he breaks down the state Senate races. Here’s his two-part interview:
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