RENO, Nev. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul will begin running TV ads against Hillary Rodham Clinton in Nevada and three other states on Monday.
The Paul campaign says the ads will air on cable television stations in the four states.
Paul ended a four-day presidential campaign announcement tour of four early voting states with a Saturday rally in Las Vegas.
He told a crowd of more than 500 people that he can defeat what he called the "Washington machine" and unleash the American dream by balancing the budget and implementing term limits for members of Congress.
Paul entered the presidential race Tuesday in his home state of Kentucky.
Clinton opened her bid Sunday for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.