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After New Hampshire, South Carolina — that was always going to be a disaster state no matter what position the campaign was in. So the calendar was getting worse for us in the short term. Paul suffered another big blow last month when he was relegated to the undercard of the sixth GOP debate.

He now plans to turn his attention to his Kentucky Senate race. Paul drew a serious Democratic challenger, wealthy Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, last week , increasing pressure from national GOP officials to focus at home on his reelection bid. Though Gray is certainly an underdog, Republicans do not want to spend money in such a red state when they are protecting far more vulnerable incumbents in states like Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio.

Paul's Senate reelection campaign team is expected to be spearheaded by Doug Stafford and Chris LaCivita, both of whom served as top strategists on the presidential bid. There was already evidence that some of Paul's biggest donors are beginning to move to other candidates. Scott Banister, a Pay Pal board member and major Paul contributor, immediately announced he was backing Cruz. In a radio interview on Wednesday, Cruz described Paul as "a friend" and "a very good man" and said he hoped to win over his supporters.

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