Kelley Paul, wife of U.S. Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul, held a news conference Wednesday in Bowling Green, where they live, to stand up for him and reiterate their Christian beliefs.
Kelley Paul, wife of U.S. Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul, held a news conference Wednesday in Bowling Green, where they live, to stand up for him and reiterate their Christian beliefs. AP
Kelley Paul, wife of U.S. Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul, held a news conference Wednesday in Bowling Green, where they live, to stand up for him and reiterate their Christian beliefs. AP

Rand Paul's wife shocked by religious attack ad

October 21, 2010 06:02 AM

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