LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- U.S. Senator Rand Paul's latest moves have pointed to signs that he may run for the GOP nomination for President.
Paul is now making his second trip to South Carolina in two months, and that state holds the South's first presidential primary vote.
On Monday, Paul is holding a fundraiser for U.S. Representative Jeff Duncan. In June, Paul met with Tea Party-leaning activists and headlined a fundraiser for the state Republican Party.
The 50-year-old eye doctor hasn't said for sure if he'll seek the GOP nomination in 2016, but he has been keeping a high profile in early voting states including Iowa and New Hampshire.
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