1:06pm: Mitt Romney emerged with the most delegates after yesterday’s Super Tuesday races in 10 states. Eric Cantor, House majority leader, says Romney has a clear path of Tampa, where Republicans will gather for their nominating convention this summer. Rick Santorum‘s supporters tried to elbow Newt Gingrich out of the race in a bid to… Continue reading GOP Still Divided After Super Tuesday; Amazon Takes On Publishing World; Are Republicans Afraid Of Rush Limbaugh?: Today on Here and Now
Kentucky’s presidential primary is months away and tends to serve little purpose in selecting a major party nominee. But that doesn’t mean the event is being ignored. At least one presidential hopeful is in front of the pack in Kentucky: Mitt Romney. The Republican frontrunner is the only candidate to have filed to run in the state’s… Continue reading Mitt Romney Is First Presidential Candidate to Qualify for Kentucky’s Primary
The Courier-Journal’s James Carroll is on the campaign trail in New Hampshire with Ron Paul. On Friday’s State of the News, he took a few minutes to catch us up on the GOP primary so far.
Ron Paul, the Republican Congressman, Presidential candidate and father of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul will be on the Diane Rehm show today at 10 am. The conversation should be interesting, since they’ll be taking calls and a lively discussion has already started on the show’s website.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s brother Robert Paul is reportedly mulling a bid for the Senate in Texas. Robert and Rand Paul are Texas Congressman and former Presidential candidate Ron Paul’s sons. Robert Paul has not yet started raising money, and while his chances may appear slim, his brother’s campaign was similarly inauspicious.
Rand Paul spoke at the Louisville Rotary Club Meeting Thursday, afterward he answered some questions from the media about the Government Budget, Social Security and presidential possibilities.