By James Hirsen
Rand Paul has been seeking support for a possible 2016 White House run in a rather unlikely place. The Kentucky senator and likely GOP presidential candidate has been meeting with individuals and groups in the Democratic stronghold of Northern California's technology community.
Trey Grayson, Sen. Paul’s establishment-backed opponent in Kentucky's 2010 senatorial primary election, told the co-hosts of the "Capital Games" podcast that he views Paul as a potential frontrunner in the 2016 presidential race.
"He's obviously extraordinarily talented with politics. He's I think got a good sense of timing. He's got a message that is resonating with Republican Party voters right now, and he's a serious candidate," Grayson said to cohosts ABC News's Rick Klein and ESPN's Andy Katz. [more...]