Rand Paul Plans Campaign Shake-up After Gaffes

Rand Paul plans campaign shake-up after gaffes

Boston GlobeRand Paul plans campaign shake-up after gaffesThe Associated PressBOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Kentucky senatorial candidate Rand Paul said Tuesday he's planning a campaign staff shake-up a week after a round of interviews in which he dismayed fellow Republicans by discussing his views on racial segregation. ...Rand Paul: No Babe in the WoodsNewsweekRand Paul plays the winning cardKansas City StarPaul's distasteSalt Lake TribuneLexington Herald Leader -;The Star-Ledger - NJ.com -Bangor Daily Newsall 223 news articles »

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