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Looking ahead to 2010

January 7, 2010

Rand's father Ron will be in the Bluegrass state to campaign for his son.

With 2009 behind us and a new, promising decade on the horizon, the future has never looked brighter for Rand Paul. After the speed-bumps of the Chris Hightower and Christi Gillespie resignations, the campaign is still moving along as strong as ever. Coming into 2010, Rand has already received donations from the Gun Owners of America and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine, Steve Forbes. And, instead of receiving major endorsements, Trey Grayson continues to throw mud at Rand Paul, as his campaign released a Press Release entitled “Rand Paul: Too Dangerous for Kentucky.” So Rand getting major National Attention and staying on issues and Trey has begun his attacks–sounds about like 2009.

Another event to look forward to is the Constitutional Jedi himself, Ron Paul. He will be campaigning for his son on Saturday, January 30th in Louisville. This should be an exciting event that will really be a boost for Rand and the campaign for Liberty. I hope you’ll be able to join. Details on Facebook Here.

This upcoming year should no doubt be more exciting than 2009. As Rand Paul continues to fight for balanced budgets, term limits and limited Governments, he continues his astonishing rise in the polls. It’s an exciting prospect to think than in one more short year, we could have a man like Rand Paul representing Kentucky in the United State Senate. I hope that prospect will keep you working hard for Rand–the finish line is in sight!

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