Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Rand Paul shakes things up with projected win in big primary night

In the first race called Tuesday night, conservative insurgent Rand Paul -- son of former GOP presidential candidate and Texas Rep. Ron Paul -- defeated Secretary of State Trey Grayson in a Republican primary fight for the seat held by retiring GOP Sen. Jim Bunning.

Grayson, the establishment candidate in the race, was the early favorite. But Paul overtook him and had an insurmountable lead, winning almost 60 percent of the vote with more than a third of returns counted.

From CNN.com

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