Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul and James Comer hitting the road together

February 13, 2014 | | Comments 1

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will travel together through Eastern Kentucky next week.

McConnell and Paul are speaking at an event Comer is hosting in Knott County that is being billed as a “special announcement” for Eastern Kentucky.

From there, the Republican trio will travel to participate in meet-and-greet events and a community forum in the eastern part of the state.

Paul and Comer continue to be two of the most popular elected Republicans in the state, while McConnell faces a primary challenge from Louisville businessman Matt Bevin.

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  1. CoolerKing says:

    Rand’s rationale for endorsing Mitch McConnell: “He asked me when there was nobody else in the race.” You can’t make this stuff up!