Rand Paul

July 31, 2014 6:04 PM

Political Paddock: Candidates have little to gain, lots to lose at Fancy Farm picnic this weekend

Forget ants, thunder clouds and tainted potato salad. Candidates running for office in Kentucky have much bigger things to worry about when it comes to what could ruin their picnic this weekend.

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