Senator Rand Paul at Howard University
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) spoke to students at Howard University about Republican Party’s outreach efforts to young people and… read more
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) spoke to students at Howard University about Republican Party’s outreach efforts to young people and minorities. He detailed the party’s historical opposition to slavery and support for civil rights, and why he believed Republican positions on school choice and government regulation should appeal to African Americans. He also talked about some issues that he believed the Republican Party needed to reconsider, including mandatory minimum sentencing, drug laws, and aspects of national security. close
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- Paul, Rand M.D. U.S. Senator [R] Kentucky
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