Senator holds town hall meetings across Kentucky
LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – U.S. Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, is back in Kentucky for the first time since ending his Presidential bid.
He’s been holding town hall meetings across the state.
Sen. Paul stopped by Tonya’s Hometown Buffet in Lawrenceburg on Friday.
He talked about the national debt and coal. He also said he would not vote for one of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominations.
Senator Paul is running for re-election and will likely face Lexington Mayor Jim Gray as the Democratic opponent.
Gray’s campaign focuses on ending the dysfunction in Washington.