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The campaign is excited to announce that in addition to chapters at many private and community institutions in the state, every public four-year university in Kentucky now has a Students for Rand chapter.

  
LOUISVILLE, KY - Today, Rand Paul for Senate announced that Students For Rand, the campaign’s coalition of student supporters and volunteers, now has 20 chapters at universities and colleges across Kentucky. 
 
Students For Rand is the official youth campaign of Rand Paul for Senate, and is made up of students from across Kentucky who are dedicated to spreading Dr. Rand Paul's message on campus and throughout their communities. 
 
The campaign is excited to announce that in addition to chapters at many private and community institutions in the state, every public four-year university in Kentucky now has a Students for Rand chapter.
 
“Engaging young voters is an incredibly important part of bringing Dr. Rand Paul’s message of always standing for Kentucky to voters across the Commonwealth, so we’re excited to have such a strong program to help spearhead those efforts. We look forward to continuing to grow the Students for Rand program in the coming months, both through recruiting more supporters for the already established chapters, as well as expanding our program to even more campuses across Kentucky,” said Sebastian Torres, State Director for Students for Rand.
 
For more information regarding the program, please visit our website at: https://www.randpaul.com/students
 
 
The following schools have Students For Rand chapters: 
 
University of Kentucky
University of Louisville
Kentucky State University
Eastern Kentucky University
Morehead State University
Northern Kentucky University
Western Kentucky University
Murray State University
Bellarmine University
Berea College
Bluegrass Community & Technical College
Centre College
University of Pikeville
Georgetown College
Transylvania University
Union College
University of the Cumberlands
Madisonville Community College
Lindsey Wilson College
Big Sandy Community and Technical College

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