Washington Republicans are lining up for Kentucky’s Sen. Randal H. “Rand” Paul with strong support from gun owners, according to the May 18-19 Townhall/Gravis Insights poll of 523 Republican voters.
“Rand Paul has a national following that has not been reflected in our state-by-state polls, until we took at look at Washington State,” said Doug Kaplan, the managing partner of Gravis Insights a division of Gravis Marketing, the Florida-based polling company that conducted the poll. The poll of Republicans carries a 4 percent margin of error. …
Sergio Gor, a spokesman for the senator, said: “Senator Rand Paul has worked very hard to grow the party over the last few years, his focus on issues like privacy and criminal justice reform gives him a unique ability to successfully engage the youth community.”
The Kentucky senator was the choice of 16 percent of Republicans, where there is a gun in the home, followed by Walker, 14 percent; Rubio, 13 percent; Bush, 10 percent and Carson with 7 percent, Kaplan said.
HERE IT IS ! TATU NEW FAN PROJECT CELEBRATING THE 14TH ANNIVERSARY OF “200KM/H IN THE WRONG LANE” IS COMING SOON AND IT IS CALLED
Here is an explanation of the project:
• What will W.A.R be? W.A.R will be a 4 VOLUMES digital fanmade album. It will include a digital booklet with rare pictures and quotes from Lena and Julia. •• What is going to be on the 4 VOLUMES? Each Volume will be dedicated to one t.A.T.u era and will include live songs, remixes, and rare demos plus some interviews and special material from each era. The 4TH Volume will be a special fanmade Live Concert called “ t.A.T.u W.A.R // Live ” ••• When is it going to be released? W.A.R will be released on the 1st of July 2015 and will be available worldwide •••• Is it going to cost money? W.A.R will be completely free!
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Bernie Sanders will introduce a bill to make college free for all.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont, will introduce legislation Tuesday that would make four-year public universities and colleges tuition-free for American students. But wait, the bill even helps out those with current student debt!