Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, stood outside Sen. Rand Paul’s Lexington district office Wednesday. Gray challenged the Republican to support a bill that would ban gun sales to people on the FBI’s terrorist watch list.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, stood outside Sen. Rand Paul’s Lexington district office Wednesday. Gray challenged the Republican to support a bill that would ban gun sales to people on the FBI’s terrorist watch list. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, stood outside Sen. Rand Paul’s Lexington district office Wednesday. Gray challenged the Republican to support a bill that would ban gun sales to people on the FBI’s terrorist watch list. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

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