Proving it’s never too early, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has filed to seek re-election in 2016. It’s been just three months since Paul has taken office, but the Tea Party darling is already mulling over a potential presidential bid. From the Washington Post: The Kentucky Republican who has been talking about possibly running for president… Continue reading Paul files for re-election
Paul told the Associated Press in an interview Thursday in Louisville that he’s being urged by supporters in several states to make a run if Congressman Ron Paul of Texas does not enter the race.
He told the Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina this week that he’s decided only that he would not run against his father, Texas Congressman Ron Paul, who’s thinking about seeking the nomination again in 2012. The elder Paul ran for president in 2008.