Tea Party Favorite Rand Paul Leading Senate GOP Primary in Kentucky

Tea Party favorite Rand Paul is leading Secretary of State Trey Grayson in Tuesday's GOP Senate primary in Kentucky, with an eye toward giving the anti-big government movement its most significant political victory yet.

The Kentucky primary is one of several high-stakes Senate races in three states that political analysts are closely watching to determine the mood of the country's electorate less than five months before November's elections in which Republicans will seek to regain control of both houses in Congress.

Sen. Arlen Specter is fighting for his political career in Pennsylvania against Rep. Joe Sestak in the Democratic primary. And Sen. Blanche Lincoln is trying to save her job in Arkansas against Lt. Gov. Bill Halter.

In a fourth race with national implications, Republican Tim Burns and Democrat Mark Critz vied to fill out the final few months in the term of the late Rep. John Murtha in southwestern Pennsylvania.

In Kentucky, Grayson is backed by the state's Republican establishment while Paul enjoyed the support of the Tea Party, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, retiring Sen. Jim Bunning and conservative Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina.


The tea party movement is quickly taking back America. Taking it back from the secular, liberal idiots who have slowly stole it from us over the years.

So when you vote this time around, don't vote for a democrat or even a republican. Don't vote based on those two parties. Vote conservative tea party candidates. Those are the ones who will fight and overturn Obama's idiotic policies.

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