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Candidates for U.S. Senate race make stops in Louisville

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- As Election Day approaches, the race for U.S. Senate is heating up in Kentucky.

Both candidates made stops in Louisville as they campaign across the state.

Senator Rand Paul stopped by the Yummy Pollo restaurant in Louisville to meet with youth campaign volunteers.

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray attended a fundraising dinner at an American Legion post.

Improving job prospects and growing the economy are areas both campaigns are focusing on.  

"We believe in sort of the opposite things. You know Hillary Clinton and my competitor believe in more regulations on the mining community. More regulations on farmers," said Senator Paul.

"I am all about jobs. I am all about job creation. In my career, my company has recruited and built plants, factories across Kentucky," said Mayor Gray.

Voters will make their pick for the seat on November 8th.   

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