FRANKFORT, Ky. (Sept. 1, 2016) – Today on WPSD in Paducah, Rand Paul made it clear that he is still interested in his dreams of pursuing another run for the White House. His race failed miserably earlier this year, and Paul still owes approximately $300,000 to vendors and campaign workers.
When asked if he would run again for president, today Paul told WPSD, “It was a lot of work, but nobody can say what happens four or eight years from now.”
It’s obvious that Paul, just like Marco Rubio, won’t commit to serving a full term in the U.S. Senate.
“No one can make that commitment because you don’t know what the future’s gonna hold in your life personally or politically,” Rubio said earlier this week, leaving the door open for another presidential run.
“Rand Paul is not committed to working for Kentuckians,” said Rep. Sannie Overly, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party. “Jim Gray has committed to a full term in the Senate. Unlike Paul, he’s not treating the Senate as a consolation prize. Kentuckians deserve a senator who is dedicated to serving them, not gearing up for another wasted presidential bid.”
The Kentucky Democratic Party is comprised of more than 1.68 million registered Democrats who support issues that enhance the fair treatment of all Kentuckians. Visit www.kydemocrat.com for more information.