Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
called on the GOP to work hard this year to elect more Republicans
to Congress.
McConnell said Saturday he senses "buyer's remorse" for the
current Democratic leadership in Washington, which, he says, bodes
well for the GOP to do well nationally in the fall elections. But
he added: "It's too early to be spiking the ball in the end zone.
It's a long way to November."
McConnell was in Frankfort to take part in a Republican unity
rally, a traditional rite in Kentucky after bitter primary
elections. He urged Kentucky Republicans to unite behind the U.S.
Senate nominee Rand Paul who defeated Secretary of State Trey
Grayson in Tuesday's primary voting.
Paul, a Bowling Green eye surgeon, will face Kentucky Attorney
General Jack Conway in the general election.
(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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