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44% Grayson (R), 37% Mongiardo (D) 49% Paul (R), 35% Mongiardo (D) 45% Grayson (R), 35% Conway (D) 46% Paul (R), 38% Conway (D)

KY: 2010 Sen (Rasmussen 1/6)
Emily Swanson | January 8, 2010

Rasmussen
1/6/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(Rasmussen release)

Kentucky

2010 Senate
44% Grayson (R), 37% Mongiardo (D)
49% Paul (R), 35% Mongiardo (D)
45% Grayson (R), 35% Conway (D)
46% Paul (R), 38% Conway (D)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Trey Grayson: 57 / 21
Dan Mongiardo: 44 / 44
Rand Paul: 57 / 25
Jack Conway: 46 / 36

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 41 / 59
Gov. Beshear: 53 / 44

http://www.pollster.com/blogs/ky_2010_sen_rasmussen_16.php
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elec...

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First time Rand's margin over

First time Rand's margin over both Dems exceeds Grayson's. Another positive step. The battle is beginning to center around Rand's negatives. First Grayson then his democrat opponent will sling mud to drive the negatives up, they can't win on the major issues, Rand has the most popular stances: spending, growth, healthcare, term limits.

10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.

Great news for Rand there. I

Great news for Rand there. I also wish they would've gone head to head with him and numnutz Grayson.