LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Jack Conway's campaign says former
President Bill Clinton will make a stop in Louisville on Monday to
campaign for the Democratic Senate hopeful.
Conway campaign spokesman John Collins said Friday that the time
and location haven't been determined yet.
This will be Clinton's second appearance of the fall campaign
season in Kentucky on behalf of Conway's underdog campaign against
Republican Rand Paul, a tea party favorite. Earlier this month,
Clinton drew thousands to a rally for Conway at the University of
Kentucky campus in Lexington.
Clinton's Election Eve appearance could help others on the
Democratic ticket in Louisville. U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth is facing a
spirited Republican challenge, and the Louisville mayoral race is
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