Is Rand Paul the GOP’s Great Libertarian Hope against Clinton? Yes and no.

by Aaron Blake | The Washington Post  |  published on March 13, 2015

Sen. Rand Paul is reportedly set to announce his presidential campaign in April. And (timing!) his supporters are happily pointing to new Quinnipiac polls of three key swing states, which show — for a change — that a Republican is running neck-and-neck with Hillary Clinton.

That Republican, of course, is Paul.

Of particular interest are the results in Colorado and Virginia, where Clinton narrowly leads Paul 43-41 percent and 44-42 percent, respectively — within the margin of error. No other Republican is so close in the three states polled — the third being Iowa. And that includes Jeb Bush, who is tied in Virginia but lags in the two other states.

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