Conway, Paul square off in Paducah

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Reporter - Beth Bradley
Photojournalist - Jason Thomason

PADUCAH - Kentucky's U.S. Senate hopefuls Rand Paul and Jack Conway hit western Kentucky today to stump for votes.

And with just nineteen days left before the mid-term election, political experts said the race is too close to call.

Numbers from political tracking blog TPM show Republican Paul leading Democrat Conway 47 percent to 42 percent.

It's been a heated campaign so far and when Conway and Paul squared off in Paducah Thursday morning, they continued to trade barbs on hot button issues.

For more, watch the video.  To see the full debate, see related content on this page.  And leave your comments below.  Did the candidates sway your vote?  What is your favorite moment from the debate?

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