Rand Paul may opt out of last Senate debate because of attack ad

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul
says he may opt out of a debate next week with Democrat Jack Conway
because he is angry about an attack ad.
Paul said at a press conference in Lexington Monday that he will
make a final decision soon on whether to appear with Conway on
Kentucky Educational Television on Oct. 25.
He accused Conway during a nationally televised debate Sunday
night of gutter politics for running a TV ad that questioned Paul's
affiliation during his college years with a group that mocked
Paul denounced the commercial as false and called himself a
"pro-life Christian." Conway offered no apology and even repeated
the accusations.
Paul and Conway are running for the seat of retiring Sen. Jim
Bunning, who served two terms.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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