Former President Clinton will visit Kentucky on Oct. 11 to campaign for Jack Conway, the state's attorney general and Democratic candidate for Senate.

The trip will be Clinton's latest in a series of appearances with candidates around the country.

He's stumped for incumbents Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.), Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.),
Gov. Ted Strickland (D-Ohio) and Senate hopefuls Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) and Richard Blumenthal (Conn.), as well as Democrats in several gubernatorial races — Dan Onorato in Pennysylvania, Libby Mitchell in Maine, Rory Reid in Nevada and Mike McWherter in Tennessee.

In Kentucky, Conway is running against Republican Rand Paul for the seat currently held by retiring Sen. Jim Bunning (R).

Polls throughout September have had Paul leading Conway by between two and 15 points. One — by CNN/Time — had them tied.

The two will debate in Covington on the night of Clinton's visit.