He says Republicans will play offense and not worry about defending GOP seats.
McConnell holds a 46 percent to 42 percent lead over his Democratic challenger.
Jesse Benton resigned amid speculation over his involvement in a 2012 vote-buying scandal.
Yahoo reports Elaine Chao on board that's given $50 million to Sierra Club's "Beyond Coal."
The former president barnstormed the Bluegrass State with Alison Lundergan Grimes (D).
"To the liberals, she sells her soul — the same ones who hate Kentucky coal," Paul said of Alison...
But "I don’t think he could ever be elected president," Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) added.
Dem challenger to GOP Senate Leader Mitch McConnell is continuing her rapid fundraising.
The minority leader says the only thing that can stop Obama is a GOP Senate.
A Kentucky law would bar the senator from seeking both reelection and the White House.
Both chambers seem to be competing for a dubious prize as the midterm elections approach.
Paul said he was for repealing "all of ObamaCare," but was unsure what happens to Kynect.
The current law says a candidate’s name cannot appear on the ballot more than once.
McConnell’s team is taking advantage of reports that Grimes’s bus rental could be illegal.
Fifty percent of voters in Kentucky think he should not run for president.
McConnell also sought to tie his Democratic opponent, Alison Lundergan Grimes, to the president.
The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) has endorsed Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky...
The Democrat emphasized her youth and freshness while the GOP incumbent hammered Obama.
But the GOP’s advantage in super-PAC spending forced some incumbents to spend heavily early.
The decision was stayed pending appeal, as in several other states.
Gov. Beshear jabbed Kentucky’s Republican senators over state healthcare exchange.
The Republican leader has come under attack for his wealth in his reelection fight.
The EPA's carbon rule has Senate candidates scrambling to find distance from the White House.
If Kentuckians like their exchange, can they keep it — even if ObamaCare is repealed?