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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Beth Moore
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said voters in perennial Democratic strongholds such as Chicago and Milwaukee will think differently if they see Republicans not just visiting these places, but discussing issues pertinent to their circumstances.
Beth Moore left her job - and her health insurance - to start her own company in January.
Former "American Idol" contestant Mandisa is making her mark on the Christian music industry. Since leaving "Idol" in 2006, she has lost weight, toured constantly, written a book and had several top-charting Christian songs.
"If I had not had insurance (it) would have been catastrophic for me," Moore said. "I'm very grateful that I am a resident of Kentucky and that this was an option for me."
Moore told her story alongside Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear and other state officials Tuesday who were celebrating the end of the open-enrollment period of Kentucky's health insurance marketplace.